House of Representatives. In the aftermath of the 2016 elections, the performance of the Democratic Party has been the subject of scrutiny among political analysts and experts in political matters. The media has remained puzzled with the outcome of the elections because they were so wrong in their predictions. One of the issues that has received considerable scrutiny by the media is why Democrats failed to capture more seats in the U.S. House and why they lost control of the Senate. This paper focuses on examining the reasons Democrats lost control of both the Senate and House of… Continue Reading...
of Cold War: Russian Meddling in the 2016 Election
Is Putin the De Facto President of the United States: How Russia Influenced the 2016 Election
Should Russian Interference in the 2016 Election Invalidate the Results?
What Does Russian Interference in the 2016 Election Mean for the Future of America?
The Nixon Watergate Scandal- Mentions of Russian meddling in the 2016 election and possible Trump administration connections to the Russian efforts automatically make people think of Watergate and its fallout. How do the two scenarios compare? If Watergate is different because of the smoking gun evidence… Continue Reading...
Is the Mueller Investigation a Partisan Witch-Hunt?
Why the Mueller Investigation is Important to Ensure Election Integrity
a. Who is Mueller?
b. What is the Mueller Investigation?
c. Why is Mueller investigating the 2016 presidential election?
d. What are the latest developments in the investigation?
The Robert Mueller Investigation is a Special Counsel Investigation by United States law enforcement into whether there was any collusion between Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign and any foreign power to influence the election. The… Continue Reading...
in the 2016 election there was the emergence of news stories that were deliberately created to be false and to paint certain candidates in a negative light. These news stories have since been examined and were meant to discourage from particular candidates from receiving votes. For example there has been proof to indicate that “(i) 62 percent of U.S. adults get news on social media (Pew 2016a); (ii) the most popular fake news stories were more widely shared on Facebook than the most popular mainstream news stories (Silverman 2016); (iii) many people… Continue Reading...