From meritocracy to social media

From meritocracy to social media

“We don’t need to cleanse our meritocracy of undeserving people or upgrade our meritocrats; we need to dismantle the whole system. Even when it works, Markovits argues, meritocracy is a primary driver of inequality in America.” The...
From banning Palestinians to tech censorship

From banning Palestinians to tech censorship

There has always been a focus on Trumps immigration policies since he announced he was going to ban Muslims from entering the country during the campaign. While he tried following up on that promise when he entered office through executive order, and faced extended...
From Parliament to loneliness

From Parliament to loneliness

Before the 2016 elections in the US, there was the vote by Britain that was decided that they would leave the European Union. Three years and several prime ministers later, that has still not happened, and the recent election of Boris Johnson to prime minister has...
From Democratic debates to Jeffery Epstein

From Democratic debates to Jeffery Epstein

The portrayal of Democratic candidates in the debates is not the positive picture, especially with a prevalence of less left-leaning ideas permeating the public consciousness. This is the general argument made by The Nation, who continue that the trust we place...
From more diversity to less empire

From more diversity to less empire

Diversity in any business has more recently been a goal companies have been striving to achieve as their customer base become more responsive to more non-white employees. The same is true for the journalism business, where a report by The Nation calls out...
From Baltimore to Boston

From Baltimore to Boston

Following the comments made by Trump about the state of the city of Baltimore and how the fault lies with the Democrats, the media commotion quickly moved on to talk about other things, as shootings happened in Dayton and El Paso. While the focus lies elsewhere, those...