Campus Politics

A Deeper Look At Free Speech On College Campuses

May 7, 2018 Michael Covin 0

Recently, Jeffrey Sachs, a SSHRC Postdoctoral fellow at the School for International Studies at Simon Fraser University, looked to open up this topic and conversation to shed some light on where young people stand and how they compare to older generations. […]

U.S. Politics

Why It Is High Time to Legalize Marijuana

May 7, 2018 Brian Davis 1

The federal government ended alcohol prohibition in 1933, but continues to pursue a costly war on marijuana which has proved both ineffective and destructive. Marijuana was effectively criminalized in 1937, yet Americans have always found ways to obtain the drug illegally. […]

World Politics

Freedom House Study: Democracy at a Crossroads?

May 3, 2018 Michael Covin 0

All of these elements have been under attack around the world. This was the 12th consecutive year of a decline in global freedom. Twice as many (71) countries saw net declines than countries (35) that saw net increases. One of the glaring declines was America, which has traditionally been a country of hope with progresses and protecting those core tenets of democracy. […]