Domestic Policy

Voter Suppression – How millions of voters are unjustly rejected each year

By November 19, 2018

Millions of Americans go to the polls each November to vote for elected officials. Some vote easily, but others are denied their vote due to… Read More ›

Athletic Podium: Do athletes have the right to utilize their platforms for social movements?

Athletic Podium: Do athletes have the right to utilize their platforms for social movements?

By November 19, 2018

“Wouldn’t you love to see one of these NFL owners, when somebody disrespects our flag, to say ‘Get that son of a bitch off the… Read More ›

Coast Guard Budget Slashed for Mexican Border Wall: Disrespecting American Heroes

By November 19, 2018

America has always been proud of its its defense forces. Countless men and women risk their lives daily to make sure people are protected. The… Read More ›

Take Away Security At Small Airports: Save Money, Save Lives

Take Away Security At Small Airports: Save Money, Save Lives

By November 19, 2018

The TSA is contemplating dropping security checks at 150 small airports. Not only is the decision justified, but it is imperative for the safety of… Read More ›

International

Life in Venezuela: The Venezuelan Migration Crisis

Life in Venezuela: The Venezuelan Migration Crisis

By November 19, 2018

For many years thousands of Venezuelans created posters in their candlelit homes, drove to the capital, and protested the life that had been forced upon… Read More ›

Greek Refugee Camps: A Humanitarian Crisis

Greek Refugee Camps: A Humanitarian Crisis

By November 19, 2018

Hope is alluring. It’s the great force that has caused many to gather up house and home and seek refuge in a far-off land. Such… Read More ›

Politics

Centrism in the Democratic Party  A Necessity for Legislative Control

Centrism in the Democratic Party A Necessity for Legislative Control

By November 19, 2018

 When Maine Senator Susan Collins (R) announced her support for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, it triggered a torrent of criticism. However, West Virginia Senator… Read More ›

Imran Khan: Pakistan’s Trump?

Imran Khan: Pakistan’s Trump?

By November 19, 2018

Is Imran Khan Pakistan’s Donald Trump? This was the immediate question as Khan, a figure who was born into wealth, studied at renowned institutions, and… Read More ›

Exploiting Resentment; What Brazil’s Presidential Election Says About the State of Global Politics and the Future of the Democratic Party

Exploiting Resentment; What Brazil’s Presidential Election Says About the State of Global Politics and the Future of the Democratic Party

By November 19, 2018

Jair Bolsonaro is the newest president of Brazil. His victory over Fernando Haddad, winning 55.1 percent of the vote, is another addition to a long… Read More ›

2020 Election: Who Should Run?

2020 Election: Who Should Run?

By November 19, 2018

With the 2020 election rapidly approaching, Americans have already begun searching for possible Democratic opponents to defeat President Donald Trump. Unlike the 2016 presidential election,… Read More ›

The Blue Splash: How much will the 2018 midterms matter?

The Blue Splash: How much will the 2018 midterms matter?

By November 19, 2018

On Tuesday, November 6, the American people voted for a new Democratic majority in the U.S. House of Representatives while affirming their support for an… Read More ›

Food For Thought

The Politicization of Software: How a code of conduct is dividing the open source community

The Politicization of Software: How a code of conduct is dividing the open source community

By November 19, 2018

The Contributor Covenant just might be the worst code of conduct ever written. It intends to divide and politicize a community in which your gender… Read More ›

A Time for Recognition : Time Magazine acknowledges The Silence Breakers as its Person of the Year

By February 26, 2018

Sexual harassment survivors have entered the spotlight in a way they never have before. Due to the newfound attention, survivors are receiving as a result… Read More ›