By: Alec Vandenberg In the wake of the jarring and gruesome Parkland High School massacre, survivors took to the streets,… Read more The March of the Millennials
By: Alec Vandenberg November 7, the day before the one-year anniversary of a historical electoral defeat for Democrats, provided liberals… Read more Will the Blue Wave Fizzle as Democrats look to the 2018 Midterm Elections?
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By: Alec Vandenberg President Trump is playing Russian roulette all across the globe and all the world can do is… Read more Are we heading towards war? Probably not.
By: Kailas Rajan On the campaign trail last September, Donald Trump promised that when he became president, he would repeal… Read more The Failure of TrumpCare: A Divided Republican Party
By: Alec Vandenberg After moderate Republicans helped block the passage of the American Health Care Act, many clamored for their… Read more Satire: Moderate republicans accused of selling souls to constituents
By Mana Afsari The threat and actualization of proxy war has rendered the Middle East the ultimate challenge to United… Read more The Straw that Broke the Camel's Back: How Saudi Arabia and Iran's Proxy War Could Destroy the Middle East
By: Sydney Ahmed To say President Trump is shaking things up in the White House is an understatement. Since his… Read more The Irony of the “Forgotten America” Under Trump’s Administration
By: Alec Vandenberg While in the 1960’s President Lyndon B. Johnson unveiled his War on Poverty, today President Trump has… Read more Budget Cuts: Declaring War on Agencies not Named Defense
By: USC TAPP Staff The real Silent Majority this election wasn’t the first-time, blue-collar workers in the Mid-West –it was… Read more A Plea to my Fellow Millennials