Pentagon Confirms Suspicions of Chemical Attacks in Syria 

The Pentagon recently published a report to the public, making it known that they have confirmed the use of Chemical Weapons in Syria. This instantly rises the question whether ISIS was responsible, and whether or not they have the capability of manufacturing and distributing these weapons. However, the fact is that most probably ISIS does … Continue reading Pentagon Confirms Suspicions of Chemical Attacks in Syria 

The Issue With Inter-Democratic Relationships

In today's economies democracy entails capitalism which in turn creates a free market for information, goods and services to be shared. Inter-democratic relationships are therefore meaningless as they are not mutually beneficial in today's climate. First, because of the global capitalist economy only monetary funds, people and technology can be shared within countries (This discounts … Continue reading The Issue With Inter-Democratic Relationships

Overshadowed by Trump’s Travel Ban, Another Supreme Court Ruling is Making Waves

Overshadowed by the recent Supreme Court ruling on President Donald Trump's travel ban was another important decision recently made by the Supreme Court. That would be the ruling against the state of Missouri, and in favor of the Trinity Lutheran Church of Colombia*. A dispute arose when the church requested a state voucher in order … Continue reading Overshadowed by Trump’s Travel Ban, Another Supreme Court Ruling is Making Waves