“If the United States and its allies wish to preserve peace and prosperity in the international community, they must seek peace through strength.”
“Both Tigray rebels and the government of Ethiopia are raising concerns of ethnic cleansing.”
“If tensions continues to rise, the Western Sahara has the makings to become an involved and violent escalation of conflict.”
“If prudence and efficiency are used, we can look towards great hope for the American people in this display of bipartisan legislation.”
“The U.S. government has been enabled to massively increase its surveillance power without our knowledge. If we are to protect our liberty we must update our law to keep pace with our technology.”
In an attempt to reduce the spread of the coronavirus, government-enforced shutdowns have crippled the global economy.
Incumbents should not be allowed to determine the election before ballots are cast if the American government is truly of, by, and for the people.
Civil asset forfeiture is unjust and unconstitutional. It’s time to reform civil asset forfeiture and uphold due process of law.
How to change someone’s mind (even in politics). A process for civil discourse in an age of polarization.
The lawsuit accusing Harvard University of discrimination towards Asian Americans has finally made it to Court.
Vocation is quite a hot topic in college because at the heart of figuring out what to do with the rest of our lives, remains our God and His plans for us.
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