Somebody once told me — and I am sure that you have heard it countless times in your life — money cannot buy happiness. Now, there is some truth to that old proverb, but for the most part I think it is nonsense.
All the grandiosity and pomp exuded from the mainstream media regarding national elections has led to federal politics seizing an inordinate amount of the populace's attention.
In 2013, while giving a speech advocating for a new treaty with the European Union (EU), former British Prime Minister David Cameron offered the British a chance to determine the future of their country when he said, “And when we have negotiated that new settlement, we will give the British people a referendum with a very simple in or out choice. To stay in the EU on these new terms, or come out altogether. It will be an in-out referendum”.
You would never place a gun in a rapist’s hand. So why are abusive police officers allowed to keep theirs?
I will be honest. My past few columns for this publication have been filled with a stern, unwavering purpose: to bring about before this academic body the egregiousness of the modern American Democratic Party.
In the past, I have written for The Daily Targum advocating for pro-drug movements ranging from legalizing magic mushrooms to opening clinics that would give addicts a safe space to use heroin.
In western society, women who choose to reproduce face an array of challenges that are widely overlooked by the majority of the population — especially those challenges which pertain to professional development and stability.
Cast your mind back to 2016 — at the time, regarded to be an unfortunate year due to all the beloved celebrities who passed.
Children and youth are some of the most treasured individuals in terms of law and society across cultures and governments, but are unfortunately also one of the most frequently abused and neglected populations.
While many think of the NFL as the American sports league most thoroughly intertwined with politics, the NBA has also established itself as a politically-charged entity.
James Damore’s workplace discrimination lawsuit has now gone down in infamy. Last year, the then-Google software engineer sued the company for workplace discrimination and claimed that there was company bias against conservative white men.
Many people tend to have idols or role models that they look up to because of the influence in their lives.