No More National Hamburger Days

Spain has Paella; France has Pot-au-feu; and The United States has the hamburger. May 28th is National Hamburger Day- and not only do we pride ourselves in this simplistic meal, but many would argue that we would unambiguously not be America without it. However, is it possible that we may have to test this argumentsContinue reading “No More National Hamburger Days”

When will common sense gun legislation get enacted?

H.R 1446 also known as the Enhanced Background Checks Act of 2021 would require firearm purchasers to wait a minimum of 10 business days before receiving their weapon. The current law allows for three days to conduct a background check, which does not allow the F.B.I enough time to thoroughly examine the influx of backgroundContinue reading “When will common sense gun legislation get enacted?”

The Ugly Side of the Beautiful Game

A report, with findings from government sources, by The Guardian has estimated that 6,500 migrant workers have died in Qatar since 2010, when it was first announced as the host country of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. As Qatar prepares to host the tournament later this year, one major issue that has not been properlyContinue reading “The Ugly Side of the Beautiful Game”

The Quest for Perfection

Throughout history, one purely American dessert has stood the test of time: the humble chocolate chip cookie. The simple, elegant dessert appears on nearly every desert menu, promising a rich, comforting taste unique to the baker. What is seen now as the perfect treat was originally a mistake: Ruth Wakefield, owner of the Toll HouseContinue reading “The Quest for Perfection”

Monkeypox Has Entered The United States

With the United States, and countries around the world, preoccupied with the COVID-19 pandemic, a minor disease known as monkeypox has been reported in several states. On Sunday, President Biden said that “everybody” should be concerned about the spread of monkeypox. The CDC placed an alert for the disease on its outbreak watchlist, however, itsContinue reading “Monkeypox Has Entered The United States”

The Summit of the Americas is next month, but will anybody turn up?

In three weeks President Biden will host the leaders of Latin American countries in Los Angeles for the Summit of the Americas. The summit is held every three years and brings together the countries in the Organization of American States (OAS). Cuba was expelled from OAS following the 1959 Revolution, but occasionally sends a governmentContinue reading “The Summit of the Americas is next month, but will anybody turn up?”

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