With control of the White House, of Congress and an inevitable conservative majority on the Supreme Court, the Republican party will enjoy enormous power once Donald Trump is inaugurated in January of 2017. As forgers of the nation’s politics, and not as the mere obstructionists of today, the party will be able to reshape America’s stance on immigration, the economy, environmental protection, foreign policy and everything in between. The short term certainly looks rosy for Republicans, but an unrestrained government could damage the party’s standing among America’s changing demographics.
By Dietrich Kessler
We all remember sitting in class, the sounds of paper shuffling, pencils scratching sheets frantically and the teacher striding in and writing on the whiteboard: World War Two and the Holocaust. We have all heard about the millions of victims, the gas chambers, the labour camps, the cruel dictatorship. All of these were in the lessons.
A debate on a topic that has become all the more relevant after the Leave vote in Britain's EU referendum. Here are both sides of the argument.