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Net Neutrality: How the FCC sold our freedom

By February 26, 2018

Domestic Policy:

Over 277,000,000 people in the United States use the internet. We use it to find jobs and plan events, to research, and to connect, and… Read More ›

Opposing Views: College tuition should be free

By and March 9, 2017

Opposing Views:

Ryan is affirmative Tayseer is negative   Idea 1: Economics/Taxes   Ryan: For years, the United States has been struggling to build its economy. However,… Read More ›

What is Fair Use?: Authors Guild vs. Google verdict has harmed writers

What is Fair Use?: Authors Guild vs. Google verdict has harmed writers

By May 30, 2016

Domestic Policy:

Libraries exist to allow readers to borrow and read. In 2005 Google began a project to make digital copies of library books and put them… Read More ›

Accident or Intentional? The U.S. Bombings of a Doctors Without Borders Hospital

Accident or Intentional? The U.S. Bombings of a Doctors Without Borders Hospital

By November 19, 2015

International:

The Taliban still pose a significant threat in Afghanistan, as evidenced by their recent takeover of Kunduz. When the Afghan military attempted to take back… Read More ›