Posts by Davis Parker

Healing Racial Division

Over Spring Break, a video was released of SAE brothers at the University of Oklahoma singing a racially hateful, bigoted fraternity song aboard a booze-filled charter…

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Romney’s Best Move: Stepping Aside

Over the past few weeks, news outlets including Politico and ABC News have reported that former Massachusetts Governor and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is considering…

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Pipeline Politics

Last week, the White House reinforced its stance against the Keystone XL pipeline. Amidst Senate efforts to pass legislation allowing TransCanada to build a pipeline from Canada…

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The Truth About Outsourcing

On October 3, POLITICO published an article disclosing the transcripts of a 2005 deposition in which businessman David Perdue spoke of his experience outsourcing jobs to Asia…

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ON CAMPUS: Pro-Israel Rally at Arch

On Tuesday afternoon, over fifty UGA students and professors alike gathered around the Arch to rally in support of Israel in its engagements with Hamas and…

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ON CAMPUS: Paul Begala

On Thursday, Democratic political strategist and commentator Paul Begala visited UGA as a guest lecturer.  The lecture, which took place in the Chapel, garnered a crowd…

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REVIEW: Mitt

On Friday, January 24, Netflix released Mitt — a documentary by filmmaker Greg Whiteley that follows Mitt Romney’s 2008 and 2012 failed bids for the United…

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Farewell to a Statesman

On Friday, January 17, the United States Senate lost one of its finest members when Senator Tom Coburn [R-OK] announced he would not be able to…

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1980 No More

Over the past year, much ink has been spilled analyzing the GOP’s 2012 presidential primary debates. Their number, length, format and locations have been scrutinized with…

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Cruzing for a Bruising

Quixotism is defined as the impractical pursuit of rash, lofty and chivalrous ideas that fails to take into account practicality and consequence.  Derived from the namesake…

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