I was recently thumbing through Netflix when I happily stumbled upon (and proceeded to binge watch) a miniseries entitled, The Sixties, which chronicles the ups and downs of a tempestuous decade: from JFK’s assassination to Vietnam, from Civil Rights to Apollo 11.
I was particularly captivated by the Cuban Missile Crisis. The Sixties palpably communicates the sense of imminent apocalypse that prevailed during those gloomy days. In audio recordings of Kennedy cabinet meetings, pure panic is detectable in the trembling voices of America’s most powerful men. The notion of nuclear warfare had metastasized into a plausible outcome. For the first time in history, humankind teetered on the brink of extinction. Continue reading
According to a Washington insider who asked to remain anonymous, President Obama and presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton will soon announce their plan to retain the Oval Office in perpetuity.
In an unprecedented plan of action, Mrs. Clinton is expected to name the sitting president as her running mate for the upcoming general election.
These stunning revelations come after Mr. Obama’s recent endorsement of Mrs. Clinton for president. Continue reading
In a stunning reversal of opinion, the entirety of the American population has agreed to “stop talking about Trump University and get back to the issues.”
The two lawsuits filed against Trump University – one in California, the other in New York – were unceremoniously dropped just a few hours ago.
The plaintiffs – former Trump University students and New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman – have issued public statements, apologizing profusely for the unnecessary clamor raised on their behalf.
This series of events was set in motion this morning at 6:00 AM eastern time, when Mr. Trump released a short YouTube video, which undeniably exonerates Trump University of any and all wrongdoing: Continue reading
Donald Trump gave a speech last night in Janesville, Wisconsin. While the Republican frontrunner savored the occasion with his customary rodomontade, an adolescent attendee tried to steal the show with a cheeky ‘Dab’:
I’m endorsing Bernie Sanders for President because his Liberal, Democratic views are the closest to mine out of all running candidates; my support for the man also stems from the trust I can bestill in him, for he says what he means and means what he says. Bernie Sanders, as President, would keep the American people’s best interests at heart; focusing on many social issues as well as affordable higher education speaks to me as a student who has fears about affordability.
- Terragan Brouk
- Fontbonne University