Voters today are fed a constant stream of information—do they still need debates to help them make their decisions?
Category: United States
Violent crime in America has dropped fairly consistently over the past few decades. Research indicates that environmental policy may have played a significant role.
America has been polarized in responding to Syria’s refugee crisis. Through examining our history up to today’s system, it is clear that we must assist these refugees to the best of our ability.
Suicide rates on college campuses are skyrocketing, placing depression and anxiety at the forefront of conversations about mental health on campuses.
As every issue becomes an identity issue, how can we differentiate between candidates?
What balance between individual freedom of choice and the common good does American democracy require? To what extent is the press entitled to free speech? How much of a role should the government play in making medical decisions for citizens? These questions add philosophical depth to the conflict between those who refuse to vaccinate themselves… Read more »
It would hardly seem controversial to assume that religion was a factor in the triple homicide of three young Muslims in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, last month, mostly because there aren’t many other explanations for the shooting. The victims were hardworking and valued members of their communities; Yusor Mohammad Abu-Salha, 21, was planning to enroll… Read more »
“I’m going to do everything I’m allowed to break you.” Between moments of agony and unyielding interrogation, Mouhamedou Ould Slahi lies waiting in his cold Guantanamo Bay cell, anticipating his torturer’s arrival and praying fruitlessly for his unlikely release. Since 2002, Slahi has been rotting in Guantanamo Bay, awaiting charges, and living as a daily… Read more »
What is good journalism? Or perhaps the question belongs to the realm of proper nouns; Good Journalism, a brand in and of Itself, always ready for consumption by the ravenous masses. History seems to tell us that It moves in waves, slowly rising from the ashes of John Rockefeller’s Standard Oil Empire, eventually finding Its… Read more »
For years, cherry kingpin Arthur Mondella tended his own secret garden. A highly illegal one.