Articles by: Emory Sabatini

Trump and the Military: Let Selfless (Transgender) Patriots Serve

By October 20, 2017

Politics:

After a turbulent first six months in office, President Donald Trump stirred up controversy once more by ordering the Pentagon to ban transgender individuals from… Read More ›

D.C.’s missing girls: racial discrimination remains in search for lost children

By May 28, 2017

Food For Thought:

#FindOurGirls: in the past several months, this hashtag, which has circulated among several social justice circles as Washington, D.C., has attracted online attention about teenage… Read More ›

The Women’s Marches: What Comes Next?

By March 9, 2017

Politics:

At least 673 Women’s Marches occurred around the globe in protest of President Donald Trump’s recent inauguration. The uprisings across metropolitan areas in the United… Read More ›

2016 Congressional Races: More Important Than People Think

2016 Congressional Races: More Important Than People Think

By January 16, 2017

Politics:

With Donald Trump’s abrasive comments and Hillary Clinton’s controversial past dominating the 2016 election cycle, many American voters have overlooked the Congressional seats up for… Read More ›

Anti-LGBT Laws: North Carolina steps backwards in transgender equality

Anti-LGBT Laws: North Carolina steps backwards in transgender equality

By June 10, 2016

Domestic Policy:

While tolerance for the LGBT community has flourished across the United States in recent years, the Congress of North Carolina recently passed the controversial Public… Read More ›

Affirmative Action –Abigail Fisher vs. the University of Texas

Affirmative Action –Abigail Fisher vs. the University of Texas

By February 19, 2016

Domestic Policy:

Abigail Fisher, a white student, claims that she was denied admissions to the University of Texas in 2008 due to her race. On December 9,… Read More ›

Tianjin Tragedy: The Chinese Government Needs to Stop Censorship

Tianjin Tragedy: The Chinese Government Needs to Stop Censorship

By November 19, 2015

International:

Late last summer in Binhai of the Tianjin Municipality of the People’s Republic of China, several explosions occurred in a container storage station. The August… Read More ›

Do Your Job: Why Kim Davis’ religiouse beliefs don’t excuse her actions

Do Your Job: Why Kim Davis’ religiouse beliefs don’t excuse her actions

By September 16, 2015

Domestic Policy:

On September 1st county clerk Kim Davis of Rowan County, Kentucky, refused to issue marriage licenses to two same-sex couples, defying the Supreme Court ruling… Read More ›

Genetically Modified Foods: Not only are they safe, but they may hold the solution to world hunger

Genetically Modified Foods: Not only are they safe, but they may hold the solution to world hunger

By May 14, 2015

Food For Thought:

Genetically modified foods (GMFs) are plants and animals that have had their genetics purposely altered in order to be easier to grow or to appear… Read More ›

The high cost of banning abortion: History warns of consequences to women’s safety

The high cost of banning abortion: History warns of consequences to women’s safety

By February 18, 2015

Domestic Policy:

The U.S. has come a long way since the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court case in 1973. In the 1960s, abortions were performed underground in… Read More ›

Male Rape: The silent victims

Male Rape: The silent victims

By January 6, 2015

Food For Thought:

Whenever people hear the words “rape” or “domestic violence,” most think of college campus sexual assaults or the NFL domestic violence scandals. In these, and… Read More ›

Bringing the Black Market above Ground: Why we need a government-run organ market

By October 12, 2014

Domestic Policy, Food For Thought:

According to the National Center for Biotechnology Information, there is currently a “major organ shortage crisis” in the world. Over 123,000 people are on the… Read More ›