Opinion: The Fascinating Problem of Donald Trump

Opinion: The Fascinating Problem of Donald Trump

No one saw it coming. The billionaire real-estate mogul has skyrocketed in polls in recent weeks. Little to no media attention has been directed at other presidential candidates (even to Ohio Gov. John Kasich who just announced his run). How has “The Donald” done it? And what does that mean for the presidential campaign for 2016?

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Remy Danton Has Rights, Too?

Remy Danton Has Rights, Too?

For those of us who have committed almost 40 hours (3 seasons thus far) of our lives to Frank Underwood and the rest of the House of Cards cast, we know Remy Danton as the tall, handsome, lobbyist who switches sides and gives funding to whichever politician will help progress his company’s legislative agenda. Where does the term lobbying come from? and why is it such a bad thing? Many claim that...

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Opinion: The Shame of Income Inequality

Opinion: The Shame of Income Inequality

The world: America has run it for a while. Since the end of the Cold War, the United States has been the greatest power in the world, with a military that has been the strongest on earth for 120 years and is six times as expensive as China’s, six of the twenty most profitable companies on earth, and 34% of all Nobel Prizes with just 4% of the world’s population. Put simply, the US is globally dominant. Lamentably, despite this outstanding performance...

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