The future of Iran after the U.S abandonment of the nuclear deal.

January 24, 2020

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April 6, 2017

Regardless of your political views, there’s one thing we can all agree on with our federal government: it’s keeping us entertained. There’s no denying these are exciting times. I’m not convinced if entertainment is a good thing coming from our legislators to provide bu...

March 7, 2017

After 50 years of trying to patch over the health outcomes gap between affluent and blue-collar Americans, Medicaid received a considerable boost in 2010, when the passage of the Affordable Care Act expanded eligibility for the state-level insurance program. Despite a...

December 3, 2016

This summer I wrote an article about how the ideological swing of the Democratic Party toward neoliberalism was contributing to their loss of the white working-class vote. I discussed how the Democratic Party had gone from nearly four decades of uninterrupted dominatio...

December 1, 2016

After nearly 18 months of campaigning and only having to really appeal to Republicans and the people that couldn’t stand his opponent Hillary Clinton, he will now face the challenge of representing everyone, even those who didn’t vote for him. You’ve already seen the p...

November 5, 2016

As my eyes scanned the red and blue dots that represented the people of the United States senate, I couldn’t help but think about how bizarre it is that, in a country full of so many choices, the citizens of the United States only have two. It is a naïve and limiting a...

November 4, 2016

Irrationality is a cult of mind among history’s authoritarian leaders. During the Iraq war, and as late as the end of March 2003, Iraq’s former leader Saddam Hussein and his administration refused anything but an “unconditional withdrawal” of U.S. forces because they b...

August 30, 2016

Looking at Donald Trump and the stream of vitriol that spews from his mouth at each campaign

stop, we see a man who has tapped into an incensed public. He plays into fears of globalization

and anxiety over a future that does not have the white American at its epicenter....

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