With President Trump coming into office in 2017, the country has seen so much more division than ever before. The two-party system has divided our country enormously in the past few years. This is not because of President Trump necessarily but more because of the hatred between Republicans and Democrats. Independents are usually a party that can be somewhat overlooked at times. The only third-party president that has ever won an election in the United States’ history was George Washington. A great example of how Independent candidates were overlooked was the past election against President Trump and Hillary Clinton. A great deal of people were voting for their candidate because they were not the other. It was, like many other elections, a choice between the lesser of the evils, as many people viewed it. I had always considered myself more conservative until I noticed just how extremely right and left each party was becoming. The parties were becoming increasingly radical and set in their ways.
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On October 15, 2017, the #MeToo movement was born. Actress Alyssa Milano helped the movement first gain momentum by inspiring women around the world to use the hashtag. When the Harvey Weinstein scandal occurred, women began to feel supported when speaking out about their sexual assault allegations. Before the #MeToo movement, speaking out about sexual assault was a topic that seemed somewhat taboo to many. This has not only affected women assaulted by famous men, but college students as well.
There are many pros and cons to having universal healthcare. Canada, the United Kingdom and most of Europe have adopted this structure. The United States is one of few Western countries that do not subscribe to this system.
Ever since I was a little girl, I have always fantasized about getting married. I used to dream about my pearl-white dress and my handsome soulmate I would walk down the aisle toward. Marrying someone whom I didn’t love never even crossed my mind. It is completely normal for individuals in our society to get married, of course. But when did love and marriage begin to correlate?
On Aug. 28 U.S. Representative Martha McSally blew away the Republican primary polls in Arizona. With Senator Jeff Flake retiring, the race to keep a Republican in the senate seat was on. This year, luckily, the United States had some of the strongest voter participation in years.