At the core of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s recent speech on foreign policy: “America first.” Would he support more isolationist policies? How do his positions differ from those of Democrat Hillary Clinton? Next, a recently published graphic novel is the first about the Iraq war written and illustrated by an Iraq veteran. The creator talks about being a Marine and an artist. Then, Anaheim’s proposed resolution condemning Donald Trump’s rhetoric against immigrants and minorities and the melee that followed. And finally, the surprising history of the orange in Orange County.
How Do Trump and Clinton Differ When it Comes to Foreign Policy?
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What Does ‘America First’ mean? Analyzing Trump and Clinton’s Foreign Policy Positions
Presidential candidate Donald Trump gave a speech Wednesday on foreign policy, a day after winning five state primaries. His core philosophy is, according to his...
‘White Donkey’: A Graphic Novel About a Marine, Written and Illustrated By a Marine
Maximilian Uriarte is an artist, a storyteller and an Iraq War veteran. He started a comic strip while on active duty in the Marine Corps called “Terminal Lance.” It became...
Trump Resolution, Clashes in Anaheim Highlight City’s Demographic Changes
Orange County has been known as a white Republican bastion, but the city of Anaheim has undergone big changes. It’s now majority Latino, and it has one of the nation’s...