The U.S. Air Force dropped its largest non-nuclear bomb on ISIS forces in Afghanistan on April 13. The Massive Ordnance Air Blast (MOAB), nick named the “Mother Of All Bombs,” was used on an Islamic State system of tunnels and caves. It killed 36 people. Natasha Bertrand from Business Insider and foreign policy analyst Morgan Ortagus joined Carrie Sheffield… Continue reading Is There Threat of Retaliation After U.S. Drops MOAB In Afghanistan?
The Dakota Access and Keystone XL pipelines are now coming to fruition since President Donald Trump signed executive orders in January advancing these controversial oil pipelines. As debates and protests continue over the environmental impact these pipelines will have, how will the Trump administration handle other environmental policies? On Bold TV Friday, our guest hosts Kirsten Haglund,… Continue reading Bold TV: Environmental Policy Under the Trump Administration
After months-long standoffs with protestors, the Dakota Access Pipeline is being readied for service, Bloomberg reports. This comes during the same week of President Donald Trump’s executive orders that rolled back much of the Obama Administration’s climate policies — and cleared the way for the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline. While in office, President Barack Obama temporarily blocked… Continue reading Everything You Need to Know About the Controversial Dakota Access Pipeline
President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch has a track record of standing up against the Federal Government. If Gorsuch’s nomination moves forward, will he be a champion for States’ Rights as a Supreme Court Justice? What does this mean for liberals who appear to be regrouping at the state level? Bold TV discussed the… Continue reading What Will States’ Rights Look Like Under President Trump?
Although progress has been made for gender equality in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), significant strides are still needed for equal representation. Demonstrating his support for women’s issues, President Donald Trump signed into law two bills that encourage women to pursue careers in these STEM fields. The bills, “Inspiring the Next Space… Continue reading One Giant Leap for Women in STEM
Historically a Republican group, this election season saw a dramatic reversal for Cuban-Americans and their party alignment. Carrie Sheffield and Clay Aiken sat down with Bold Editor David Grasso and Bold Contributor Cathy Areu, both Cuban-Americans, to discuss the GOP’s relationship with Latinos and Hispanics on Bold TV on Feb. 24. Younger Latinos in the… Continue reading Bold TV: Is the GOP Losing Support From Latinos and Hispanics?
The value of licensing boards for doctors, nurses and lawyers is obvious, but for professions like cosmetology, the need for a licensing board is more surprising. So when a man in Arizona was investigated by the cosmetology board for helping the homeless by providing free haircuts, many were confused. On Bold TV’s Opportunity Lives segment on Feb. 24, Carrie Sheffield and Clay… Continue reading When Government Regulations Prohibit Hair Cuts for the Homeless