How The United States is Taking Steps to Combat Gender Inequality in Sports

Previously the United States Women’s Soccer team had filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation (USSF) due to inequitable conditions in sports and wage gap discrepancies, violating their collective bargaining agreement. The women’s team consistently wins the world championship and outperforms the U.S. men’s team; however, their felids, hotel accommodations, venue selection, and professional staff support are reported to be in significantly worse conditions. … Continue reading How The United States is Taking Steps to Combat Gender Inequality in Sports

The Implications of Kamala Harris as a Running Mate to Joe Biden

There are a multitude of implications for Joe Biden’s campaign that will result from the decision to bestow the position of running mate to Senator Kamala Harris. Joe Biden will chiefly signify that he takes an interest in at least a token form of representation of his base. Likely voters as a whole seem to take well to the idea of selecting a woman according … Continue reading The Implications of Kamala Harris as a Running Mate to Joe Biden

Three Ways COVID-19 May Change U.S. Politics

1. Greater Distrust for Establishment Politicians Americans already distrust their politicians. Case in point, according to the most recent data from Real Clear Politics shows that almost two-thirds of us distrusting our congress. Crises have the power to raise or lower the approval ratings of politicians. In this case, you have seen 60% of Americans disapprove of Trump’s handling on COVID-19 according to ABC News/Ipsos. … Continue reading Three Ways COVID-19 May Change U.S. Politics