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Let’s Elect The Cabinet!

Would you vote for Betsy DeVos to be our next Secretary of Education? For Ben Carson to be our next Secretary of Housing and Urban Development? Probably not. I know I wouldn’t. On the other hand, I would definitely vote for Mad Dog Mattis at Defence. But the thing is, we have no vote on [...]

The Bright Side of the 2016 Election: Thinking Optimistically

Statistically speaking, it is likely that those of you reading this article are distraught about the latest election cycle. And so am I. It is a disappointing result, and it is concerning to see such a manifestly unprepared candidate win. But we need a little hope right now, so here are some good things that [...]

Libertarian Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson Tries His Best

In our dark and depraved election cycle of 2016, the field, after several months of Ted Cruz’s serial killer face and the semi-coherent Reddit conspiracy theories of Bernie Sanders backers, was finally whittled down to two candidates.  One was a career politician, certainly qualified, inarguably intelligent and knowledgeable, but widely disliked.  The other was a [...]

Trump is a Figurehead for Alt-Right

The alt-right is a rising force in American Politics. Just two years ago, it was a tiny fringe on far-right internet forums, and now its favorite candidate, Donald Trump, stands just a few thousand intransigent Jill Stein voters away from the presidency. Its ascendency is also the greatest existential threat to our democracy since Huey [...]

Fresh off Her Nomination, Clinton Searches for Running Mate

According to the New York Times, as of June 7th, Hillary Clinton had secured enough superdelegates to be the Democrat’s presumptive nominee. Some of you may be wondering who her running mate should be. Here are my thoughts about the possible VP nominees, including each of their strengths and weaknesses. One of the most commonly [...]

The Irrelevant Cruz-Fiorina Duo Just Got More Irrelevant

In one of my first articles this year, I discussed the outsider presidential candidacy of Carly Fiorina, former CEO of Hewlett-Packard, who enjoyed a brief surge in the polls during that time. I came to the following conclusion: “Fiorina, along with Trump… is a demagogue, appealing to the people who have been unhappy with the [...]

Cleveland’s Republican Convention to Decide Party’s Future

Cleveland, the city of my birth, is affectionately known as “The Mistake on the Lake (Erie).” It is a town of abandoned steel mills, terrible baseball and football teams, pierogis, and Rock & Roll. It is a town whose popular events include “Ten Cent Beer Night” riots and oil fires on the Cuyahoga River. This [...]

Lack of Dignity in Politics is Nothing New

These days, I often hear people asking, “Where has the dignity gone in politics? Why is there obstructionism in Washington instead of compromise? Why has progress been replaced by spectacle? Why have policy platforms been replaced by attack ads?” The perceived culprits for these issues are numerous; we blame the 24-hour news cycle, our decreasing [...]

Bernie Sanders: The New Goldwater?

Bernie Sanders

During the first quarter of the 20th century, even the most fiscally “radical” politicians would have been considered absurdly conservative by today’s standards. Conservatives, including Presidents McKinley, Taft, Harding, Coolidge, and Hoover, advocated for zero regulations on business. Presidents Theodore Roosevelt and Wilson were considered equally radical when they tried to stop child labor. In [...]

Bloomberg’s Possible Presidential Bid Steals Votes, Not Victory

Michael Bloomberg, former three-term Mayor of New York City, has announced that he is considering running for President this November as an Independent. Bloomberg, a self-made finance billionaire, served his first term as mayor as a centrist Republican, before switching to the Independent Party for his second. He certainly has an attractive profile: generally fiscally [...]

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