Christianity and the West

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ARTICLE BY WILL SHIREY EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Human matters, as James Joyce said, will not bear being talked about in black and white. Yet many in the younger generation speak about Christianity’s social role without… Continue reading

“Spotlight on Cuba” – Cuba as a State Sponsor of Terrorism

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ARTICLE BY MEGAN BRIDGES This article is part five of a five part Spotlight Series titled “Spotlight on Cuba.” On April 14th, 2015, President Obama sent a report to Congress calling for Cuba to… Continue reading

The Future of the Migrant Crisis

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ARTICLE BY BRENDAN HASKIN One of the more curious features of our interconnected existence is that people of the world find themselves increasingly drawn together by tragedies that defy simple explanations. This week,… Continue reading

The Hillary Clinton Experience

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BY HUNTER PEARL| From the most moderate business-friendly democrats to the more radical bleeding-heart progressives, it seems that all of the left is ready for Hillary Rodham Clinton to become the next president… Continue reading

Mesopotamian Money: The Finances Behind the Islamic State

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BY MITCHELL CHAN Flowing gently across the marshlands of Mesopotamia, the Tigris and Euphrates form the backbone of the Middle Eastern skeleton. Between them, these two rivers supported some of the richest empires… Continue reading

The Middle Road to Peace

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ARTICLE BY THE PENN SPECTRUM The first half of the twentieth century was the bloodiest era in human history. In both relative and absolute terms, the two World Wars killed larger portions of… Continue reading

Restoring Conservatism

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Article by Will Shirey, Editor-in-Chief It may have come to your attention recently that “a new generation of courageous conservatives” will “reignite the promise of America” if we elect the right candidate next… Continue reading

The Wrong Kind of Green: Too Much Money in Politics

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ARTICLE BY REGGIE KRAMER On Wednesday, April 15th, 2015, Doug Hughes, a 61-year-old mailman from Florida, lifted his gyrocopter off of a small field in Maryland. He flew several miles south into restricted… Continue reading

“Spotlight on Cuba” – “Death is a door”: HIV/AIDS, Freedom, & the Cuban Punk Rock Scene

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ARTICLE BY MEGAN BRIDGES This article is part four of a five part Spotlight Series titled “Spotlight on Cuba.” In 1989, the Berlin Wall collapsed, signaling the dissolution of the Soviet Union. This… Continue reading