Fear is perhaps the most powerful of all incentives which come to bear upon individuals and society alike. Although the locus of our fears shifts from century to century, fear itself remains a constant in the lives of human beings across millennia. In the 21st century, we have come to understand quantitatively what philosophers of… Read More Fear in Politics: Fear in the Information Environment
Terrorism has had a catastrophic effect on US Policy and public perception of what our country’s priorities ought to be. Terrorism, exacerbated by media frenzy, has been able to get more front page space than the majority of the actual threats and issues our country faces. The intent of terrorism, to create terror for a… Read More The Politics of Fear: How Terror Continues to Impact US Policy.
An article that explores the origin of the politics of fear in America by examining colonial politics before the American Revolution and how this impacts American politics today.… Read More The Politics of Fear in Colonial America: Three Fear Empowered Routes to Revolution
Since the election there has been vociferous calls for impeachment from the left. Some moderates and conservatives have also begun to talk about the possibility of impeachment as the Trump administration has increasingly been plagued with reports of ties to Russia. This being the case, one can imagine the responses I got from my left-leaning… Read More Why we should not impeach Trump
An article that illustrates the procedure and history of impeachment in the United States.… Read More Impeachment: Procedure and History in the United States
With a slew of scandals hitting the White House, with a scent of obstruction of justice, the “I” word has started to float around news outlets and social media. Democratic Representative Al Green of Texas has already begun to draft the articles of impeachment. Labeling this an act of partisan politics would be more than an… Read More The Case For Trump’s Impeachment