10 Places To Move If Trump Wins Election

10 Places To Move If Trump Wins Election

My advice is to get out while you still can.

Lately, I’ve been watching the news a lot more than I ever had before. I’d say that it’s partially because I’m growing up and politics have become a lot more interesting. However, I believe a large part of it comes from how nervous I am with the upcoming presidential election. I can honestly say that I am terrified over who might win and what it would do to the country that I have grown up in and learned to love. One of my main thoughts while thinking of the election is deciding what country to move to if Donald Trump was somehow able to win the election. After much thought, these are the top ten places I could think of and I hope you find this helpful:

1. Canada

There are a few different reasons I think Canada may be a great option. For starters, it wouldn’t be too far away from home, so I could come home without too much trouble. Also, Canada has a bunch of beautiful lakes so who would not want to live there?! Finally, Shay Mitchell from Pretty Little Liars is from Ontario, Canada so that makes Canada a pretty great choice!

2. Ireland

We all must admit Ireland is one of the most beautiful countries on the planet. I will be honest, I am incredibly biased since I am Irish, but I believe almost everyone would agree that what I said is a fact. Have you ever heard the way Irish people talk? The slang they use is completely amazing. Also, my Uncle Mark actually recently visited Ireland, and I'm pretty positive he spent a majority of his time golfing. If you like golfing I believe Ireland would be a great option for you!

3. Atlantis

One of my favorite movies growing up was Atlantis: The Lost Empire. A major part of this was because I thought Kida was such a super awesome character. Milo was pretty cool too, but sometimes I found him slightly annoying. If you’ve seen the movie before I’d like you to picture when Milo chases Princess Kida, and the other Atlanteans, after she healed him. Do you remember the gorgeous landscape that we saw? I sure do!

4. Mars

I chose Canada because of the distance; however, I understand how it may not be far enough for some. I believe Mars would be a great alternative for someone who needs a little more distance. Also, it’s a great choice of a planet if you want a supply of water! Water is good.

5. Denmark

I saw a recent article, published by Lifestyle9.org, stating that Denmark was the best country to live in during 2016. The article also stated that according to the world happiness report, Denmark was decided to be the happiest country in the world. That seems convincing enough for me.

6. Any country facing a terrible war

I personally do not like wars and I think there are plenty of better ways to solve our problems. However, I think that it is very likely that the war-crazed people in those countries would value human rights way more than Trump ever will.

7. Pompeii

In case anyone is unaware, Pompeii was an ancient Roman town which was located near modern Napes, Italy. Unfortunately, Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD and completely destroyed the town. Pompeii was buried under four to six meters of volcanic ash. I think that moving to Pompeii would be the most appealing if Mount Vesuvius was scheduled to erupt again in the very near future.

8. Norway

Norway was not one of my original choices, but then I heard that if you live in Norway for three years, you will automatically get a vacation time to make sure you can go somewhere to get enough sunlight. I need to check my facts again to make sure that's true, but I might end up moving to Norway even if someone else gets elected president.

9. Pluto

There will always be controversy over Pluto and if it is a planet or not. However, if you moved there you’d face a lot less controversy than you would here with everything Donald Trump says.

10. Britain

There has been a lot of news coverage about British lawmakers banning Trump from Britain for hate speech. Anywhere Trump cannot go seems like a mighty fine place to live to me!

Just to clarify I am not illegal, (very) lazy, or a terrorist. Also, I definitely believe that honesty is the best policy.

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Austin Alexander Burridge, Volunteer Advocate, Shares 3 Great Reasons to Volunteer and Help Others

Austin Alexander Burridge is an avid academic who studies Environmental Science at Winona State University and believes that work in the service of others is a key pillar to personal development.


Sometimes it's easy for someone to adopt a "me, me, me" attitude. While focusing on oneself, a person may feel nice in the moment, but serving and helping others will bring lasting benefits. While there are many great reasons to serve and help others, there are three universal truths that resonate with volunteers around the globe.

Austin Alexander Burridge's 3 Reasons to Volunteer:

1. Accomplishment

Often, people fall into a trap of focusing on themselves when they are feeling down. Maybe someone did not get a job they wanted. Or perhaps a person gets dumped by an expected lifelong companion. Maybe someone feels they have underachieved after looking at Facebook and seeing great things a high school classmate has accomplished. When feeling down, helping others is a proven way to improve one's mood and attitude, and it can provide a sense of pride and accomplishment. The act of giving to those in need is an inherently good action and leaves people with a wonderful feeling of joy.

2. Gratitude

One can become more appreciative of life by serving others that have less. Whether volunteering at a soup kitchen, visiting the elderly at an assisted living center, or helping families after a natural disaster, service enables people to be grateful for what they have. Seeing people who have fewer advantages, especially those who are spirited and thankful for small things, allows one to realize just how fortunate he/she is in life.

3. Friendships

Volunteering is a great way to build meaningful friendships, not only with other volunteers but also with those who are served. One of the most profound and fascinating aspects of these relationships is how volunteers will learn from those served and vice versa. As these special bonds are built, they lead to impactful connections that last for years to come.

Of course, these are just a few reasons to volunteer and serve others. One can never go wrong by helping others as opposed to merely focusing on oneself. Volunteering invariably and inevitably contributes to personal growth, development, and satisfaction.

About Austin Alexander Burridge: Helping others has been of paramount importance to Austin, and as a part of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), Austin gave back to the community around him. He also has participated in annual peanut butter drives, The Minnesota Sandwich Project for the Homeless and collected canned goods for local food shelters. Additionally, Austin has a passion for the environment, which he pursued when visiting the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador, and the Amazon Rain Forest while studying at the School of Environment Studies, which investigates ecological systems and their sustainability

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Supporting Late-Term Abortion Is Actually The Opposite Of Feminism

Feminism is about gender equality and women supporting women- so shouldn't we support the unborn women of tomorrow?


Before you read this, if you are someone who feels strongly that abortions are the "right" choice and that supporting late-term abortions is a step for woman anywhere, I do not suggest you read this article. However, I do want to write that I support conditional abortions- situations where the birth can kill the mother or where conception occurred because of rape. If someone rapes you, that is not okay by any means, and a baby conceived of rape can be terminated by the mother to avoid PTSD, anxiety, depression, panic attacks, and any other mental health diagnoses. Of course, if a woman can bring a baby into the world to keep or give up for adoption, even if it was the product of rape, she should seek life for the innocent child rather than death. And what a rape victim chooses to do is neither here nor there- and it damn well is not anyone else's business.

So why should it be my business (or anyone's) if women have late-term abortions? Agreeing to murder out of convenience should not be societally accepted as okay. When the law passed in New York for late-term abortions, I did not picture 39-week pregnant women rushing to Planned Parenthood to abort their child because they got cold feet. I highly doubt that is the exact scenario for which the law went into effect for, and that was more so intended for women who did not realize they were pregnant and missed the time period to get a legal abortion.

Not that I support early-term abortion, because all abortion is the same regardless of when it happens during the pregnancy. Killing someone sooner rather than later does not make it less worse.

Excuses about how women are not ready to be mothers, do not have the financial means, would ruin their futures, they would get kicked out, lose their bodies, etc. are just that- excuses. Carrying a child for nine months might be an inconvenience, but killing someone will be on your conscience forever. If murders pleaded their motives to police as a way to justify what they did (excluding self-defense), what difference is it if a woman kills her unborn child?

Planned Parenthood might be taboo and have a stigma attached to it, but it does so much more than kill babies. Planned Parenthood is a place where girls can go to see OB/GYNO, get birth control, and learn about safe sex, protection, STDs, etc. Instead of stigmatizing it, young women should be encouraged to go to this institution for woman and feminism. Let high school health classes plan field trips there so that everyone becomes more educated on female health (boys included!). Female health education is very limited, especially in school, and many women feel that an abortion is their only way out, however, it's not. By becoming more educated, the rate of teen pregnancies can go down, as well as the need for abortions. Women educating other women should be the goal of Planned Parenthood, and abortions should be reserved for those who got raped or whose pregnancy cause death, health complications, etc.

Abortion might be giving women a choice- but who is giving the unborn babies a choice?

And of course the only way to 100% prevent pregnancy is abstinence, and if that is your choice then good for you, and if you choose to have sexual intercourse, good for you too. Be safe. No slut shaming here. Women need to continue supporting other women, regardless of their sex life. Women who have abortions are not "whores" and should not be labeled as such- they are just people whose biology reacted to another person's biology.

If you truly do not want to have a baby, please please please give it up for adoption and do not kill it. It did nothing wrong, and yeah, it might be a little inconvenient to be pregnant, especially if you are in school, but there are hundreds of thousands of people that would love nothing more than to raise your baby. Be a woman supporting other woman and give the gift of motherhood.

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