Midterm elections ended Tuesday night not with a blue wave, or a red wave, but with a little surge in one direction, some historic elections, and not much else. Midterm elections are often used as … [Read more...] about Florida Midterms Elections: Where Does The Democratic Party Go From Here?
Florida’s District 2 Democratic Congressional candidate, Bob Rackleff, is leading an aggressive and progressive campaign against incumbent congressman Neal Dunn. Rackleff agreed to meet with Spire … [Read more...] about Politics and Policies: An Interview with Bob Rackleff
Everyone knows about the 1960 presidential debate between John F. Kennedy and current Vice President Richard Nixon. Onscreen for the first time, the debate brought characters out of the impersonal … [Read more...] about Words You Don’t Know: Misunderestimated
During April of 2018, the Secretary-General of the UN, António Guterres, declared that the Cold War had returned to the world “with a vengeance”, nearly three decades following the demise of the … [Read more...] about From Ukraine to Syria: The Frosty Comeback of the Cold War
Infrastructure is so poor that medicine is delivered by drones. Foreign doctors are encouraged to build temporary practices because the shortage of local practitioners is so severe. Life expectancy … [Read more...] about Appalachia: America’s Rural Healthcare Crisis Affecting Millions
Last summer, the United States Census Bureau proposed eliminating a question about sexual orientation from its marketing survey. The marketing surveys’ purpose is to encourage particular populations … [Read more...] about “Hard to Count” Does Not Equal “Doesn’t Count”: The 2017 Census Issue and the LGTBQIA+ Community