A Pointless Exercise

March 9, 2018 Jackson Richman 0

Were that to be the case, North Korea coming to the table is likely a ruse in that a pause in enriching would only be minor since the hermit kingdom would be close to a nuclear bomb anyway. Hence, there would be no reason of going back. […]

U.S. Politics

Civil Religion, Pancakes, and Politics

February 18, 2018 Anthony John 0

By Anthony John In his second appearance at the annual National Prayer Breakfast, President Donald Trump steered clear of partisan politics and focused on his belief in the country’s dependence on G-d. His claim that […]

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A New Era for the US-Israel Relationship?

February 13, 2018 Jennifer Dekel 0

Since the historic recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital by President Trump on December 6, 2017, and the president’s pledge to relocate the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem, many have suggested that the Israel-U.S. relationship has entered a new era. […]

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A Snap Decision Over SNAP

February 13, 2018 Nicholas Sones 0

By Nicholas Sones One of the more interesting ideas in the Trump administration’s budget proposal for the upcoming fiscal year is to reform the Supplemental Nutrient Assistance Program (SNAP), better known as food stamps. They are […]

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Rain On the Parade

February 7, 2018 Jackson Richman 0

By Jackson Richman On Tuesday, it was reported that at a Department of Defense meeting last month, President Donald Trump wanted a military parade in the nation’s capital, having been inspired by one when he […]