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Donald Trump’s Presidency is Shielding Him From Indictment

By Finn Dallaghan Mayock Published: December 12th, 2018 “Totally clears the President! Thank you!” Donald J. Trump remarked on Friday evening, after the FBI’s Southern District of New York (SDNY) filed its sentencing memorandum for the Presidents former personal attorney Michael Cohen. The memorandum did not, however, “totally clear the …

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The Democrats Have Reclaimed the House Majority. Where Does America Go From Here?

By Finn Mayock Published: November 14th, 2018 November 6th, Tuesday night, in a midterm election with unprecedented turnout, Democrats managed to flip enough Republican congressional seats to retake the majority of the house. However motivating this success was to the Left, after two long years of political domination by the …

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Presidential Chaos

By Milette Millington Published: November 29th, 2017 During his presidency, President Donald Trump has rescinded the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, proposed ObamaCare repeal, and imposed additional sanctions on North Korea. I believe that President Trump’s impeachment hearings will be very successful, considering the fact that many of …

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A New Electoral Method for Proportional Allocation of Votes

By Evan S. Biegel Published: November 15th, 2017 The Electoral College is an infamous facet of the American democracy because the electoral methods it embodies do not properly represent American voters. The two current methods—winner-take-all and Congressional District—result in the omission of nearly half of the total votes in the …

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