Donald Trump's proliferation of misinformation has created a problem in America: People actually believe what he says even though he lacks facts for the vast majority of his statements. Through his misinformation campaign, he has effectively set the blinders on his supporters in a way that has them fixated on immigration and bombastic rhetoric rather than focusing on the growing list of issues facing our country.
Wading through this moment of political uncertainty and transition presents us with an opportunity to reflect on three issues that seem to be at the forefront of American politics: The threat of a single man and his bombastic rhetoric attempting to override the American system, the recognition that Congress is in need of a democratic revitalization, and the fact that hate serves only to undermine democracy.
Comedian Trevor Noah took over for Jon Stewart on The Daily Show as the funny man behind the desk in September 2015. He brings you politics with a dash of humor, and it is much needed considering the way these elections are going down.
What do election politics and professional wrestling have in common? Apparently, more than you think. Both feature over-the-top personalities giving 'cutting promos' (or giving speeches, depending on the arena), both have a tendency to stretch the truth in order to advance their own agendas, and both feature a healthy amount of trash talking directed at the competition.
"This book tells our story," photographer Ken Light wrote on his Kickstarter campaign last year. "It shows how I saw America and the actions of my gen...