Just four short years ago while finishing my senior year of high school, the thought of being involved in national politics not only never crossed my mind, but there were few high school seniors at Pottsgrove High in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, that would make such an admission.
On Jan. 22, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court deemed the congressional map for 2011 unconstitutional because it believed the map prioritized partisan advantage.
If you had to estimate how much water you use in a day, what would be your guess?
Some of the highest law enforcement offices under the Obama administration were weaponized to secure the Obama legacy.
Though I consider myself a feminist, I wouldn’t say that the views I hold align with the views of the modern feminist.
What I saw unfolding before my eyes on Oct. 25 started to look like yet another recent headline.