The Middle East

Time for the U.S. to Stop Treating Turkey As an Ally

January 26, 2018 Shep Gerszberg 0

By Shep Gerszberg  This past week, the Turkish military launched an offensive against Kurdish forces this week, firing artillery across its border into the northwestern Syrian town of Afrin. This assault is mainly against U.S.-backed Kurdish troops who make up […]

U.S. Politics

A New Paradigm for Government

January 25, 2018 Chris Coughlin 0

By Chris Coughlin After voting to end an entirely avoidable government shutdown, Senators were photographed yesterday toasting their success. This is the congressional equivalent of participation trophies; unseemly and undeserved, far removed from what should […]

The National Discourse

When Bystanders Get Punished Too

January 25, 2018 Jackson Richman 0

By Jackson Richman On Wednesday evening, Michigan State University president Lou Anna Simon gave into intense pressure from survivors, state lawmakers, the press, and the school’s governing board, to resign amid the Larry Nassar sexual abuse scandal. Earlier […]

Business

What is Business

January 24, 2018 Harrison Furman 0

By Harrison Furman Business!! What is Business? Business is an organization or group of people who own the entity to sell goods or services for money. This definition is simple, but it is really more […]

U.S. Politics

Don’t Feed the Cuckoo Bird

January 24, 2018 William Truban 0

By William Truban It is a great dereliction of journalism that much of our nation’s news compromises of reporting on tweets. Completely ignoring the issue that Twitter is merely a personification of instant indignation, a […]

U.S. Politics

John Pistole for FBI Deputy Director

January 23, 2018 Jackson Richman 0

By Jackson Richman Reportedly, there has been tension between Attorney General Jeff Session and FBI director Christopher Wray over the latter’s Number Two, Andrew McCabe, even though McCabe is expected to retire as soon as […]

U.S. Politics

Make American Civics Great Again

January 22, 2018 Jackson Richman 0

By Jackson Richman The government is about to end a three-day shutdown and apparently people have either forgotten, do not know, or do not care about the legislative requirements behind funding the government. Specifically, government spending […]