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OPINION: A Biden presidency will heal the nation

President-elect Joe Biden delivers his victory speech after defeating Donald Trump in the presidential election on Saturday, Nov. 7, 2020, at the Chase Center in Wilmington, Delaware. (Carolyn Cole/Los Angeles Times/TNS)
November 21, 2020
However, indirectly or otherwise, a Biden presidency may in fact be the catalyst for real change that many people desire and his creed to heal the “soul of our nation” could very well be a more prophetic statement than once believed. Mr. Biden's most advantageous asset may well be his very presence.

OPINION: Trump isn’t the only serious threat to American democracy

Close-up image of the American flag. Photo by Luke Michael
November 2, 2020
The US’ two-party system and resultant hyper-partisanship are, besides COVID-19, the greatest threats to the freedom of its citizenry. The country’s high-stakes, all-or-nothing elections force voters to choose between the lesser of two evil candidates rather than several promising ones.

China has a vice grip on American entertainment. It is a bad look.

The Houston Rockets' James Harden during the second quarter of a preseason game against the Miami Heat at the AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami on October 18, 2019.
October 19, 2019

China has been in international headlines for months now, as the riots in Hong Kong have made waves around the world. Those waves are now clearly present in American entertainment, and the implications...

A brief debriefing of the Hong Kong riots and why it matters

Protesters gaze at riot police from behind a barricade during a demonstration on Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019 in Hong Kong.
September 20, 2019

This summer, the riots in Hong Kong swept through the news in a flurry of shock that gripped the eyes of the world. We have all seen the now infamous photos of the Hong Kong airport drowning in a sea of...

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