U.S. Politics

State of the Union Recap

January 31, 2018 Adam Kimelman 0

By Adam Kimelman Last night, President Trump gave his first State of the Union Address, lasting almost 90 minutes, and covering a wide swath of issues. In what has been an extremely politicalized year, this […]

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Trey Gowdy to Not Seek Reelection

January 31, 2018 Jackson Richman 0

This post has been updated. By Jackson Richman Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) will not seek re-election, joining a wave of Republicans retiring this year. Additionally, he announced he is leaving elected office and will return […]

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Ana Navarro’s Anti-Semitic Tweet

January 30, 2018 Jackson Richman 1

By Jackson Richman On Monday, veteran GOP strategist and CNN commentator Ana Navarro tweeted and attempted to echo Martin Niemoller’s famous poem from the time of the Holocaust: First, he came for Comey, & they didn’t […]

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Cheers to Drinking Games

January 30, 2018 Jackson Richman 1

By Jackson Richman On Tuesday night, President Donald Trump will deliver the State of the Union address. The president is expected to tout issues like immigration, infrastructure, and last year’s tax reform achievement. Although what […]


Of Japan’s Blocs and Mergers

January 28, 2018 Cory Evans 0

By Cory Evans On January 14, Japan’s Democratic Party and the Party of Hope had reached a new coalition agreement. Three days later, the deal was off. What’s going on? And just what are these […]

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Equality in Equality Legislation

January 26, 2018 Megan Lehman 0

By Megan Lehman Iceland changed the course of history in its country by creating a law that outlawed paying women less than men.  The United States has yet to make such proclamation. However, the Equal […]