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A Critique of Modern Political Strategy

Politics are an ultimately strategic endeavor. Powerful individuals, regardless of their ideology, use charisma to influence opinion. Unfortunately for global politics, leaders seem to abuse the political sphere and its mechanisms to achieve power. Ideology is seemingly the lone unifier: Minor dissent within the political party is to be neglected.…

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Discourse in the Age of Social Media

Exponential growth in internet access has granted a large proportion of Earth’s population access to seemingly unlimited information. Social media allows individuals to connect and communicate from opposite sides of the world. As with most entities, however, there is potential for abuse. The creation of social media was intended to…

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2016: A Counter-Reaction to Identity Politics

President Trump’s election is only the beginning of the push-back from Americans feeling attacked by a culture that consistently views itself as superior.

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Social Capitalism: A New Brand of Capitalism

The Free Market allows for a newer, better-branded, and more popular strain of Capitalism to come: Social Capitalism.   Americans often view capitalism, an economic system characterized by private or corporate ownership of capital good and by investments that are determined by private decision, with the negatives such as “greed”…

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When it Comes to Israel, Trump Inspires Optimism

Since its inception in 1948, Israel has relied on its American allies in order to survive the complex, anarchic, and anti-Zionist geographical area in which it resides. The Obama Administration, however, transformed the stability of this dependable friendship with International Governmental Organizations such as the United Nations. The international community,…

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The GOP’s Golden Opportunity

2016 has solidified itself as one of the most consequential years in U.S. political history. Analysts and media outlets projected the Democratic Party to maintain the White House and gain control of the legislature. Furthermore, the incoming President of the United States would have the authority to nominate a crucial…

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