Saudi Woman Imprisoned Over Social Media Should Raise Flags For Formula One

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Countries are allowed to create and enforce laws as they see fit, however, with Formula One become more welcoming of driver opinions and advocacy, recent news from Saudi Arabia should be sounding alarms throughout the sport–and the world. In 2021, the Saudi Arabia Special Criminal Court, which acts as its counterterrorism tribunal, sentenced Salma al-Shehab […]

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American Politics: Who Pays for Elections?


Every election cycle, parties discuss election reform as if they have plans to actually do something about it. If we know one thing about American politics, however, it’s that progress is slow and division is intentional. We also know that “democracy” is subjective and only in tact if it benefits one side while screwing the […]

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Primary Elections: Why They Matter

Primary elections play a significant role in shaping how ballots will look in general elections, so to improve turnout, it’s important that voters understand the consequences of ignoring them. American elections have always been a highly charged and questionable (but unavoidable) topic and sector. Unfortunately, it’s an industry that few understand, and while chasing partisan […]

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