The Difference Between Islam and Terrorism

Speaking on behalf of the majority of Americans, most would agree 2016 has been a rough, crucial year filled with controversies, scandals, and especially polemics. Who are we kidding? 2016 has come to mark the beginning of a dark Continue reading

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What Did Exactly Go Wrong With Journalism During The US Presidential Elections?

In the aftermath of the 2016 presidential elections, an on-going battle between Donald Trump and the mainstream media continues to withhold. A battle for which was thought to loosen tensions as soon as the elections came to an end Continue reading

Why It Is Believed Conor McGregor Will Become The Greatest MMA Fighter Who Ever Lived

NEW YORK CITY – On November 12, 2016, Conor McGregor dominated the cage and obtained a historic knockout win at UFC 205. For him as well as the crowd it became a spectacular night because for the first time in UFC history, a Mixed Continue reading

Fox News’ The O’Reilly Factor Sparks Racial Controversy Towards Asian-Americans Within the U.S.

During a recent segment conducted by Fox News’ The O’Reilly Factor, Jesse Watters (of Watters’ World) went out to New York’s own Chinatown in order to ask Chinese-Americans about their opinions on the presidential Continue reading

Peruvian Fans Yearn to See the Day their National Team Qualifies for a FIFA World Cup

Estadio Nacional, Lima – On Tuesday Sept. 6, 2016, it became a spectacular night for Peru’s National Football Team soon after an intense World Cup qualifying game against long-time rival Ecuador. A stunning victory at home has once again revived Continue reading

Donald Trump Has Defied the Concept of Objectivity within Journalists Forcing Them to Question Themselves

Throughout all the speculations created by Republican Candidate Donald Trump, it has been almost impossible for journalists to exercise the concept of objectivity within their own profession. When it comes to covering the 2016 Presidential Elections, Continue reading

Why it is Very Important for Latinos to Vote during the Upcoming Elections

As the U.S. takes a step closer towards Election Day 2016, many of the country’s Latino citizens have not yet realized the potential power their community represents. With the total amount of speculations Republican candidate  Continue reading