Ted Cruz’s Reagan Moment

For coverage of more of Wednesday’s festivities at the Republican National Convention, check out Joel Dominguez’s excellent article. The Internet is abuzz with the controversy: Sen. Ted Cruz, businessman Donald Trump’s strongest competitor for the Republican nomination for president of the United States, came to the convention and gave a…

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The Circus is Coming to Cleveland

Every four years, Republicans and Democrats gather their loyalists for a pep rally as they crown two people who will try to convince you to vote for them the following November. While an important part of the representative government we enjoy in America, it doesn’t usually make for great television.…

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ISIS: Looking Beyond Rhetoric for Solutions

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Between April of 2013 and July of this year, more than 60 attacks, resulting in an estimated 2,800 deaths, have been credited of  the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). Among the nations afflicted by the caliphate are Bangladesh, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, Egypt, Libya, Denmark, Belgium, France, Turkey, Kazakhstan…

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