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Give Back to the People!: Pressure on Amazon to Enact a Living Wage Yields Unforeseen Drawbacks

Give Back to the People!: Pressure on Amazon to Enact a Living Wage Yields Unforeseen Drawbacks

By November 19, 2018

Domestic Policy:

Urinating in bottles, stopwatch-timed productivity, and a culture that shames taking breaks—this hellish landscape in which Amazon warehouse employees work is the ugly price of… Read More ›

With Great Power Comes Some Responsibility: South Korean President Jailed for Cult Dealings

By May 18, 2018

International:

Today’s seemingly obsessive fears over accountability and conflicts of interest have proven themselves well-grounded. Inaugurated in 2012, former South Korean President Park Geun-hye was impeached… Read More ›

Extrajudicial Killings in the Philippine Drug War

By February 26, 2018

International:

It seems unfair that past errors can ruin job prospects and social standing in the future. However, the case of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, a… Read More ›

Hurricane Harvey: lack of preventative measures exacts high cost

By October 20, 2017

Domestic Policy:

On August 25th, what started as a fading, tropical storm in the Caribbean turned into a monstrous Category 4 hurricane that hurtled toward southern United… Read More ›

Leaked Documents: for the Better or Worse?

By August 27, 2017

Domestic Policy:

Since the times of chaffy breeches and scratchy white wigs, even before the times of Pepperidge Farms, our American forefathers have capitalized on the notion… Read More ›

Nuclear Energy: An offspring of social stigma or well-grounded truth?

By March 9, 2017

Uncategorized:

Radiation therapy is a lifesaving cancer procedure and a significant type of heat transfer. Yet, after the horrific disasters at Chernobyl in 1986 and Fukushima… Read More ›

TSA: A conspicuous but disregarded problem

TSA: A conspicuous but disregarded problem

By January 16, 2017

Domestic Policy:

For many Americans, vacation is hard to come by. Work leave is rare, and opportunities to drop everything are few and far between. However, most… Read More ›

How far is too far? Political chalk messages in colleges stir debate over free speech

How far is too far? Political chalk messages in colleges stir debate over free speech

By June 10, 2016

Domestic Policy:

What is the most “American” image that defines what our nation stands for? Many would point to the stereotypical ordinary citizen chugging down beer in… Read More ›

Cologne Attacks – Merkel proposes unjust laws for “protection”

Cologne Attacks – Merkel proposes unjust laws for “protection”

By February 19, 2016

International:

Last New Year’s Eve, December 31, 2015, a mob of about a thousand young Arab and “North African-looking” men began surrounding women indiscriminately at the… Read More ›

Escalating Violence: The struggle between the Israelis and the Palestinians take a turn for the worse

Escalating Violence: The struggle between the Israelis and the Palestinians take a turn for the worse

By November 19, 2015

International:

Over the past 60 years, tensions have only increased between Palestine and Israel, and hope of peace talks seems a thing of the past. The… Read More ›