Jeff Flake finds his ‘Sense of Decency’

Known for being august and reserved (if not somewhat boring), the United States Senate is not somewhere one goes for impassioned debate or scathing critiques. Such scintillating content is more often found in the lower chamber on the other end of Capitol Hill or the House of Commons in the…

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Enough to Go Around?

“I think there’s blame on both sides.” said President Donald Trump, regarding the chaos that broke out between the “Alt–Right” and “Antifa” in Charlottesville, Virginia. “You had a group on one side that was bad. You had a group on the other side that was also very violent. Nobody wants…

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Lessons from the Cold War

With the recent news of the escalation of incendiary rhetoric between the United States and North Korea, sometimes it is hard to tell the differentiate between the words of President Trump and those of Kim Jong-Un. While Defense Secretary Jim Mattis argues America’s diplomatic efforts are working, others are speculating…

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Neutrality in Name Only

In a letter sent to Sen. Patty Murray (D-Washington), Education Secretary Betsy DeVos roughly outlined her goals for the Department’s Office of Civil Rights (OCR). According to DeVos, the OCR will return to being a “neutral” body in its handling of Civil Rights violations. DeVos was careful enough to qualify…

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