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Trump’s Wiretapping Controversies and Foreign Diplomacy

Trump’s Wiretapping Controversies and Foreign Diplomacy

By Jaedeok Hong ‘19 Much interest on Trump and his allegations has been sparked since the daily press briefing on Wednesday. The White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer repeated claims… Read more »

Controversy Continues Over Intelligence Leaks

Controversy Continues Over Intelligence Leaks

By Andrew Kim ’19 Shortly after a controversial presidential campaign led by our current president, a fusillade of accusations suggesting dubious ties between the Trump Administration and Russian officials was… Read more »

Trump Pushes for a ‘Historic’ $52 Billion Increase in Military Spending

Trump Pushes for a ‘Historic’ $52 Billion Increase in Military Spending

By Jaedeok Hong ‘19 President Trump told the nation’s governors on Monday and spoke in front of the Navy on Gerald R. Ford, the would-be largest and most powerful carrier,… Read more »

Affirming the Need for Affirmative Action

Affirming the Need for Affirmative Action

By Amanda Xu ‘18 Recently, an Affirmative Action Bake Sale hosted by the University of Texas’ Young Conservatives group sparked protest. Many students congregated to protest the racist attempt to… Read more »

October Surprise: Clinton Emails and Director Comey

October Surprise: Clinton Emails and Director Comey

By Christopher Adinolfi ‘17 In a shocking FBI action eleven days before the 2016 Presidential Election, Director James Comey publicly announced that more emails were discovered in relation to Hillary… Read more »

The New Era of Antitrust?

The New Era of Antitrust?

By Jason Kim’19 On October 23rd, AT&T Inc. announced $85.4 billion merger agreement with Time Warner. Although several prominent politicians quickly expressed concerns, AT&T executives seem quite confident. David McAtee,… Read more »

The Race for the Supreme Court

The Race for the Supreme Court

By Christopher Adinolfi ’17 The 2016 presidential election has consistently been discussed as one of the most polarizing political battles in U.S history. The use of social media by the… Read more »

The Art of Selling a Candidate

The Art of Selling a Candidate

By Theodore Hong ’18 Unlike businesses, political campaigns vie for not just your dollars, but rather something much more sacred and dignified: your vote. It should then come as no… Read more »

A New Era of Populism

A New Era of Populism

By Jade Pinero ’19: A billionaire businessman, the first surgeon to separate conjoined twins, the first woman CEO on the Fortune 20, and an independent 74-year old socialist all want… Read more »

Is America Moving Left?

Is America Moving Left?

By Henri Mattila ’18: With the 2016 presidential campaign in full swing, political issues have re-emerged to the forefront of the American consciousness. The progressive developments permeating the media landscape… Read more »

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