Millennials love Barack Obama. He’s a gifted politician - indeed, a once-in-a-lifetime political talent. His charisma puts men like George W. Bush, John McCain, and Mitt Romney to shame. His affinity for being a “cool” President by chatting with the likes of Ellen DeGeneres while the world burns is matched only by his fondness for … Continue reading Obama: A Fashionable Failure of a President
It seems as though almost every day, there is news of a new US drone strike in some foreign country. Just recently, one killed 4 al Qaeda terrorists in Yemen. Unmanned Aerial Vehicles have the potential to be extremely beneficial to the United States and the world in general. They enable us to eliminate threats to … Continue reading The Great Potential of Drones
I grew up in a post-9/11 New York City. While I was too young to remember much of that tragic day myself, I do remember distinctly the pervasive sense of fear that existed that day, and in the days, weeks, and months following it. There is something which stays with you forever about seeing your … Continue reading Why Aren’t We Honestly Confronting Terrorism?
Evan McMullin, Chief Policy Director for the House Republican Conference, came to Penn this past Friday to speak on his vision for the Republican party. In his speech he argued that the happiness of all people is best maximized by decreasing Federal influence on individual lives at home and increasing the exercise of American power … Continue reading Evan McMullin Talks Poverty, Foreign Affairs