Flirtations with the Far Right in Germany

With long-serving German Chancellor Angela Merkel set to step down next year, Germany finds itself at a crossroads entertaining the prospect of a far right resurgence, further weakening an already reeling European Union On February 10, 2020, German Minister of Defense Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer announced her intent to give up her post as president of the... Continue Reading →

Revisiting the NBA Trade Deadline Deals

        Every year right before the All-Star Break, the league is often shifted through trades made before the deadline. Teams on the verge of competing for a title will cash in on their assets to put them over the top, while teams trending away from the playoffs are committing to retooling. This trade deadline saw... Continue Reading →

NBA Bubble Playoff Teams

Now that All-Star Weekend has passed and every team has just under 30 games remaining on the schedule, it is a good time to look at what teams could still be on the bubble for making the playoffs while most other teams have either already been determined to be in or out. Eastern Conference Brooklyn... Continue Reading →

Mid-season NBA Power Rankings

We are now at the 2020 NBA All-Star Break and past the trade deadline. It is time to take a look at where some teams have stacked up to this point in the season with an updated power ranking 1.Bucks: Current Record: 46-8 The Bucks have been the best team in the NBA all season... Continue Reading →

Conservative Media Roundup: How Republicans View Impeachment

Like everyone else inside the Beltway, the conservative ecosystem has found itself engrossed in the House of Representatives’ impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump. But, unlike its left-leaning counterpart, the hodgepodge of conservative radio hosts, magazine writers, and media personalities has been fractured offering a diversity of opinions and arguments about how the conservative movement... Continue Reading →

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