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The U.S. and North Korea Move  Closer to an Uneasy Compromise

The U.S. and North Korea Move Closer to an Uneasy Compromise

February 20, 2019

A realistic compromise would be one in which both parties walk away from the table not fully satisfied.

President Trump Did Not Cave on the Border Wall

President Trump Did Not Cave on the Border Wall

February 6, 2019

Every single American deserves to live in a nation that is secure.

Trump Cannot End Birthright Citizenship

Trump Cannot End Birthright Citizenship

November 14, 2018

The future of birthright citizenship is unknown, but it is important to be cognizant of the moral complications this will bring.

Keep Kanye out of the Political Spotlight

Keep Kanye out of the Political Spotlight

October 17, 2018

By Joelle Saunders Beyoncé had the right idea back in 2009 at the fateful MTV Video Music Awards when she exclaimed: “No, Kanye! No.” At that point in time, Kanye was known almost exclusively as a musical genius...

Tarriff Tensions Must Subside for Both Parties

Tarriff Tensions Must Subside for Both Parties

April 11, 2018

By Antonia Vanzini The risks of a trade war between China and the U.S. are increasing, especially after President Trump’s decision to introduce a new tariff on steel and aluminium imports in early March. China’s res...

Trump v. Daniels: A Storm Worth Chasing

Trump v. Daniels: A Storm Worth Chasing

April 11, 2018

By Faustino Galante In July of 2006, adult film star, Stormy Daniels allegedly met President Donald J. Trump at a charity golf tournament in Lake Tahoe. According to Daniels, Trump, who was married at the time and expec...

Red Line in the Sand: How the U.S. Must  Respond to Latest Syria Attack

Red Line in the Sand: How the U.S. Must Respond to Latest Syria Attack

April 11, 2018

By Michael Myllek Over the weekend, yet another chemical attack was carried out in Syria over the southern part of Douma. This is the second chemical attack in Syria in as many years, both suspected to have been ca...

Why “The Wall” is Still Wrong

Why “The Wall” is Still Wrong

March 14, 2018

By Sean Franklin On the campaign trail, then-candidate Donald Trump often talked about building a wall on the southern border. “We need to build a wall” became one of his signature applause lines. But pundits dismissed...

Fake News Awards Far From Newsworthy

Fake News Awards Far From Newsworthy

January 31, 2018

by Leonard Chiang Earlier this month, President Donald Trump bestowed “Fake News Awards” on an altogether predictable set of honorees. After all, the current occupant of the Oval Office has been trumpeting nominat...

Trump Must Regress Cuts for TPS

Trump Must Regress Cuts for TPS

January 24, 2018

By Sean Franklin Earlier this week, President Trump decided to drastically curtail the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) program. Under this program, migrants from parts of the world in crisis could seek residenc...

Have Faith in Trump’s Acknowledgment Decision

Have Faith in Trump’s Acknowledgment Decision

December 6, 2017

By Michael Myllek Recent reports have signaled that President Trump is strongly considering acknowledging Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, an area of political and religious firestorms since Israel’s founding nearly 70...

White House Must Turn Green

White House Must Turn Green

October 18, 2017

By Paula Hernandez Garaycoa In the coming years, it is clear that the 160,119 Americans currently employed by the coal industry will be out of a job. Despite his promises on the campaign trail, Presi...

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