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Gimme the Skinny on Trump: New Book Emphasizes Trump’s Lack of Patience (and other important qualities for a president)

A new biography is about to be released about Donald Trump, just in time for voters to get a good, deep look at the controversial Republican candidate. “Trump Revealed: An American Journey of Ambition, Ego, Money, and Power,” written by Marc Fisher and Michael Kranish, is a 431-page bio, based partly on over 20 hours […]

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Societal Climate Trends of 2016

What trends are likely to remain the same from 2015 and which ones are set to change? What are the analysts saying about the new buzz for this year? According to a report detailing trends of 2015 conducted by the Pew Research Center, there have been some clear indicators that tell us in which direction […]

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An Art Professor’s Views on Transgression in Museums

An exhibit at the New Museum called NYC 1993 focused on the works from the Whitney Biennial, a year which is known to have been “notoriously political”. Following the exhibit’s debut, Harper Montgomery, a Professor of Modern and Contemporary Latin American Art and Distinguished Lecturer at Hunter College, raised a controversial question: Is it possible to […]

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Conservative Kristol Says Republicans will Support Obama in Action Against Syria

  Bill Kristol explained yesterday on the NBC political commentary show “Meet the Press” that he believes Republican lawmakers will support President Obama’s decision to strike Syria in a military action. Obama has called for a military response to the gas attack the Syrian government perpetrated against its own citizens in August. Over 1,400 men, […]