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Put the Gloves Back On, Tucker

Arjun Ray '24 March 2, 2024

Following the unexpected cancellation of Tucker Carlson’s primetime slot on Fox News in 2023, it was widely assumed that the onetime darling of conservative media would retreat into the shadows of journalism,...

How Social Media Companies and Congress Both Struggle to Accomplish Their Goals

How Social Media Companies and Congress Both Struggle to Accomplish Their Goals

Nikhil Luthra ’27 March 2, 2024

On January 31, CEOs of Meta, X, TikTok, Snap, and Discord took the oath on Capitol Hill for the “Big Tech and the Online Child Sexual Exploitation Crisis” Senate hearings. Over four hours, members...

Texas Border Dispute: Who has the ultimate authority to the nation’s borders?

Texas Border Dispute: Who has the ultimate authority to the nation’s borders?

Nick Kan '28 and Chloe Ye '28 March 2, 2024

Texas governor Greg Abbott has come head-to-head with the Biden administration regarding border control. Since January 11, when Texas strung razor wires along the Mexican border, there has been a dispute...

America’s Futile Goal: Increased EV Production

America’s Futile Goal: Increased EV Production

Daniel Palmer '25 March 2, 2024

President Joe Biden made two things clear when he first stepped inside the White House: America must increase domestic manufacturing and decrease carbon emissions. With the transportation sector being...

The Presidential Elections Fate is In the Hands of the Supreme Court… Again

The Presidential Election’s Fate is In the Hands of the Supreme Court… Again

Nikhil Luthra ’27 January 27, 2024

Twenty-four years ago, the United States Supreme Court heard a Florida recount case that would determine the winner of the 2000 U.S. presidential election. No matter what the court did, it would be controversial,...

Comparative Politics: The Rise of International Conservatism

Comparative Politics: The Rise of International Conservatism

Luke Tyner '27 January 27, 2024

A string of conservative victories in foreign elections begs the question of whether or not the factors that led to them are predictive of what might happen in our general election. Geert Wilders—leader...

The Dangers of China’s Belt and Road Initiative

Harry Spence '25 October 29, 2023

“Smaller countries need this partnership, and this role played by China,” stated Syrian President Bashar al-Assad during a visit to Hangzhou late this September. Syria joined China’s Belt and Road...

Speakership

Arjun Ray '24 October 29, 2023

The far-right virus of the GOP has, at last, caused the party’s long-awaited internal meltdown for the American public to behold in all its glory. Following the historic success of Matt Gaetz's (R-FL)...

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