Bernie Sanders Wins New Hampshire Primary

Senator Bernie Sanders was declared the winner of the New Hampshire Democratic Primary on Tuesday, while Senator Amy Klobuchar shocked everyone with a third place finish and Andrew Yang dropped out of the race. Following the debacle of the Iowa caucus last week, Sanders has been declared the winner with 87% of the results reportedContinue reading “Bernie Sanders Wins New Hampshire Primary”

Coronavirus Death Toll Now Over 1000

The mystery of coronavirus in China continues to escalate, after over 100 people died from the virus on Monday, according to Chinese authorities. Less than a fortnight after the World Health Organisation declared a global health emergency and the first fatality outside of China occurred, the virus continues to escalate at an alarming rate. TheContinue reading “Coronavirus Death Toll Now Over 1000”

Joaquin Phoenix, Renée Zellweger & Parasite The Big Winners At The 2020 Oscars

South Korean film, Parasite, made history at the 92nd Academy Awards last night, while Joaquin Phoenix was once again given recognition for his tremendous performance in Joker, and Renée Zellweger won the award for best actress for her role as Judy Garland in Judy. Winning an Oscar is one of the most prestigious, if notContinue reading “Joaquin Phoenix, Renée Zellweger & Parasite The Big Winners At The 2020 Oscars”

Op-ed: Takeaways From Iowa Debacle

Former Mayor of South Bend, Pete Buttigieg narrowly beat Bernie Sanders in terms of his share of State Delegates Equivalents, with 100% of districts’ numbers finally released. However, Sanders won over 2,500 more votes than Buttigieg and the “inconsistencies” with the reporting of results will have many Americans questioning the voting process and legitimacy thereof,Continue reading “Op-ed: Takeaways From Iowa Debacle”

The Essential Guide To Working From Home

Working from home is awesome! But don’t kid yourself into thinking that it’s easy. You’re presented with all kinds of new challenges. The rules of the workplace are currently in flux and it’s hard to work things out – especially in the beginning.

Trump Acquitted To Top Off Nightmare Week For Democrats

Unsurprisingly, President Trump was acquitted in his impeachment trial by the United States’ Senate on Wednesday. However, the big story may not be about Trump himself, but the political miscalculation that could destroy the Democratic Party’s reputation and aid Trump’s re-election efforts. Trump was acquitted by 52 votes to 48 on charges of abuse ofContinue reading “Trump Acquitted To Top Off Nightmare Week For Democrats”

Dear Boomers, Here’s What It’s Like To Be A Millennial

The Millennial generation (1982-1999) often has a bad reputation among the older generations. However, there are many reasons for who we are, how we behave and our opinions. It starts with you. We are a generation that’s considered entitled. We have stupid haircuts, love avocados, we skateboard to work and we basically come across asContinue reading “Dear Boomers, Here’s What It’s Like To Be A Millennial”

Pelosi Tears Up Trump’s State Of The Union Address

Donald Trump has praised his administration for it’s “great American comeback” in last night’s State of the Union address, but the major talking point was how House Majority Speaker, Nancy Pelosi, tore up Trump’s speech after it ended. Amidst all the drama of President Trump’s impeachment trial, he took to the House floor to deliverContinue reading “Pelosi Tears Up Trump’s State Of The Union Address”

Coronavirus Death Toll Rises – 1st Fatality Outside Of China

The list of fatalities and victims of the coronavirus is skyrocketing and the death toll is now 361, while the first victim succumbed to the disease outside of Chinese borders. Al Jazeera reported on Monday that the death toll for the Coronavirus outbreak which has spread throughout China and several other countries around the worldContinue reading “Coronavirus Death Toll Rises – 1st Fatality Outside Of China”