Politics

Populism, its Rise, and a Requiem for the Status Quo

By September 3, 2017

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Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump have almost nothing in common except for two things. First, their place of origin: New York. Second, and more importantly:… Read More ›

Neil Gorsuch: A divisive Justice and a conflicted Senate

By September 3, 2017

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Neil Gorsuch is one of the most qualified Supreme Court Justices in American history, but he’s also a divisive choice for today’s political landscape. Gorsuch… Read More ›

Trump’s cabinet

By August 6, 2017

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It is common sense for the president of a country to nominate cabinet members who are qualified for their positions. However, this is exactly what… Read More ›

The Women’s Marches: What Comes Next?

By March 9, 2017

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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 ›

Ivanka: Donald’s Trump Card

By March 9, 2017

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In the wake of the November election, many citizens throughout America were left with one glaring question: How did this happen? From his racist comments… Read More ›

The Walking Free: Obama Pardons Political Prisoners

By March 9, 2017

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“Can you imagine a better birthday present for my daughter?” When Oscar López Rivera said this, he was not remarking on expensive jewelry or a… Read More ›

Educate the Educator: Betsy DeVos’s inability to lead the American School System

By March 9, 2017

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Many of President Donald Trump’s cabinet appointees have been widely criticized by liberals and conservatives alike, but Betsy DeVos’s recent approval as secretary of education… Read More ›

Michelle Obama: Redefining the Role of First Lady

By March 9, 2017

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Michelle Obama will undoubtedly be remembered as one of the most influential and inspiring first ladies in American history. Leaving the White House with some… Read More ›

Job Well Done: Members of Congress Skipping Trump’s Inauguration

By March 9, 2017

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The decision by almost 70 members of Congress to skip Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration generated an array of emotions across America. Many showed support for… Read More ›

Trump’s Conflicts of Interest: Will democracy survive the president’s ethics plan?

Trump’s Conflicts of Interest: Will democracy survive the president’s ethics plan?

By March 9, 2017

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After close scrutiny of his various business ties, drawing criticism from both Democrats and Republicans, President Donald Trump appeared on national television and claimed that… Read More ›

Russia Interferes: How Putin Dismantled American Democracy

By March 9, 2017

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There was no shortage of theatrics and news—real and false—in all facets of the campaign trail, but in the aftermath of the campaign, Russia lies… Read More ›

Clinton vs. Trump: Climate Change

Clinton vs. Trump: Climate Change

By January 16, 2017

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The environment is our most indispensable asset, the very foundation of our way of life and our prosperity. Everything we stand for and believe in… Read More ›

2016 Congressional Races: More Important Than People Think

2016 Congressional Races: More Important Than People Think

By January 16, 2017

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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 ›

Manterrupting: Trump’s sexist mannerisms work in Hillary’s favor

Manterrupting: Trump’s sexist mannerisms work in Hillary’s favor

By January 16, 2017

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As an American politician, Hillary Clinton has spent most of her adult life in a man’s world. So when Donald Trump interrupted Clinton an astounding… Read More ›

The Necessary Path for American Trade

The Necessary Path for American Trade

By January 16, 2017

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This November’s election centers on a pressing question: do voters want to “Make America Great Again,” or become “Stronger Together?” While neither of these campaign… Read More ›