At the end of last semester, I gave a presentation as part of a class requirement. In this presentation, I posited the argument that the government should not be in the business of regulating speech, regardless of how “hateful” some may perceive certain speech.
Congress recently introduced the American Health Care Act, which is meant to be a replacement for the admittedly terrible Affordable Care Act — more well known as “Obamacare.”
Like many of you, I do not have much faith in President Donald Trump, but not for the reason that you may think.
America has almost always been a nation divided, facing internal political, social and economic struggles throughout its history. The 2016 election exemplifies such struggles quite well.