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Department of Health and Human Services spokesman Michael Caputo has spread dangeorus theories about the CDC amid the COVID-19 pandemic. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Caputo Ignites Division with Attack on the CDC

September 23, 2020

Caputo’s attack on the CDC shows that in an election year, nothing is safe from attack — not even science

Marilyn Manson's new album

Marilyn Manson’s “We Are Chaos” is a Chaotic Masterpiece

September 16, 2020

From its title to its varied tracklist, “We Are Chaos” blows prior expectations to smithereens.

Morissette returns with a more emotionally vulnerable album. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Alanis Returns with Introspective ‘Such Pretty Forks in The Roads’

September 9, 2020

In an 11-track album, Morissette explores the consequences of fame as a young woman in a male-dominated music industry, dealing with alcoholism, insomnia, mental health, emotional instability and the imminent fear of losing one’s luster as the tides of time crash over an artist.

The Democratic and Republican National Conventions represent a new normal amid the COVID-19 pandemic. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Democrats Outshine Republicans in Unconventional Conventions

September 9, 2020

On the heels of both the Democratic and Republican National Conventions, our nation’s divisions could not be more apparent.

“One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” Soars Triumphantly

April 22, 2020

“One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” is far more than a storytelling the tale of good and bad.

There is a growing conflict between Dr. Facui and President Trump amid COVID-19. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Tensions Between Trump & Fauci Leave America Vulnerable

April 22, 2020

President Trump cared more for squabbles along party lines than he did about prioritizing the thousands of lives being lost in the pandemic.

Sexual assault allegations against frontrunner Biden have not received extensive media attention. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Mindful Journalism is Essential in Election Controversies

April 15, 2020

It seems as if such selective covering is rooted in something so ugly, it focuses primarily on party lines and pays little to no credence to something as severe as sexual assault allegations.

“A Clockwork Orange” Is an Artful Oddity

April 15, 2020

“A Clockwork Orange” manages to be violently profane while remaining intellectually profound in its choice of storytelling.

Bette Davis, a prominent 60s actress, stars in

Bette Davis Shines in “Whatever Happened To Baby Jane?”

April 1, 2020

The film masterfully baits us into believing we know what happened. Yet we truly know nothing, and this revelation of ignorance provides the film’s climax.

The COVID-19 outbreak has contributed to significant economic problems. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Stimulus Bill is a Step in the Right Direction

April 1, 2020

America's economy survives on the labor of the nation's workers, small businesses and larger enterprises, not governmental handouts.

Endorsements from former candidates have been a hot topic in the Democratic primaries. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Endorsements Promote Democratic Party Unity

March 25, 2020

Instead of trying to weaponize the concept of endorsements during the 2020 election, Americans should endeavor to use the concept to bring unity and solidarity to the nation.

Super Tuesday proved to have the ability to make or break a campaign. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Super Tuesday Proves Its Political Power

March 11, 2020

It is emphatically clear that Super Tuesday is to be treated with an elevated sense of urgency, as the day has the potential to make or break many campaigns.

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