Articles by: Jeremy Lewin

Opposing Views: Is Obamacare good for our country?

Opposing Views: Is Obamacare good for our country?

By and April 24, 2014

Domestic Policy, Opposing Views:

Click on any point or refutation to see the other writer’s response; you can click on the writer’s response to see the refutation to that… Read More ›

Obamacare: Flawed bill is damaging our nation

Obamacare: Flawed bill is damaging our nation

By February 12, 2014

Domestic Policy:

Obamacare is full of pork, contradictions, poorly thought out ideas and hastily inserted proposals. Since it was voted into law in 2010, Obamacare has been… Read More ›

The Iranian Geneva deal: A jackpot for Iran?

The Iranian Geneva deal: A jackpot for Iran?

By January 23, 2014

International:

Recently, the United States and the other P5+1 nations signed their first diplomatic agreement with Iran since the 1979 Iranian Revolution, when the two sides… Read More ›

2014 Elections: Will the GOP capitalize on the failures of the Obama administration?

2014 Elections: Will the GOP capitalize on the failures of the Obama administration?

By January 23, 2014

Politics:

Since Barack Obama was re-elected to his second term as Commander In Chief, he has faced quite a few challenges. The numerous crises and scandals… Read More ›

Gun control: Gun control should focus on illegal weapons rather than other restrictions

Gun control: Gun control should focus on illegal weapons rather than other restrictions

By October 18, 2013

Domestic Policy:

In the wake of several tragic mass shootings, the usually lethargic debate on gun control heats up. The media spend weeks discussing public opinion, polling… Read More ›

Turkey And The US: Of tantamount importance and decidedly belonging to the United States

Turkey And The US: Of tantamount importance and decidedly belonging to the United States

By April 19, 2013

International:

Turkey is vital. It is the 17th most populous country in the world and has the 18th largest GDP, both of which have grown rapidly… Read More ›

State of the Union address: A political masterpiece…and an exercise in delusion

State of the Union address: A political masterpiece…and an exercise in delusion

By February 23, 2013

Politics:

On February 12, President Obama sought to solidify his historic second term and take a stab at the State of the Union for the history… Read More ›

Defense Spending: Why the U.S. should increase defense spending in 2013

Defense Spending: Why the U.S. should increase defense spending in 2013

By January 25, 2013

Domestic Policy:

Until Congress can come to an agreement regarding the impending sequestration, the United States Defense Budget will remain at 711 Billion U.S. Dollars, or 4.7%… Read More ›

America and China: Why America should give more notice to our Chinese owners

America and China: Why America should give more notice to our Chinese owners

By October 19, 2012

Food For Thought:

As President Barack Obama and Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney campaign across America, fiscal responsibility, job creation and the regulation of growth and trade are… Read More ›