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Trump’s Inauguration by the Numbers

Donald Trump’s inauguration has dominated the news cycles this past week, and many have taken to measuring just how massive of an event it...

Women’s March Prompts Questions About Identity, Future

On Saturday, over 500,000 people gathered near the United States Capitol “to show presence in numbers.” The Women’s March describes itself as a “grassroots’...

In Farewell Address, Obama Urges Americans to Abandon Their ‘Bubbles’

During his farewell address in Chicago, President Obama drew attention to a particularly contentious issue in American society today and one that relates to college campuses...

Trump’s Tweets and White House Politics

There are numerous ways in which President-elect Trump is unique and represents a drastic departure from political norms. Many in politics or the media might...

The Legitimacy of Trump’s Victory

Donald Trump’s victory spurred great opposition and protest throughout the United States. Now, Trump's detractors have called into question the very legitimacy of his victory through...

It’s Important to Listen Now More Than Ever

While the media chatter has died since Election Day, Americans are still processing the implications of a Donald Trump presidency. Leading up to November...

Accepting Reality Is Always Hard

In the months leading up to the election, the majority of mainstream media viewers believed that Donald Trump would be swiftly defeated. Wildly inaccurate...

The Art of the Deal with Congress

Many would say that Donald Trump had the odds stacked against him from the start. He not only faced brutal competition from his opponent but...

In Trump Win, A Rejection of Institutions and Intellectuals

Donald Trump’s victory should not be seen as a rejection of the political establishment or the economic elites. Rather, the narrative should be that the...

5 Key Policy Implications of a Trump Presidency

While headlines on Wednesday morning were dominated by news of a Trump victory, Republicans' retention of both the House and the Senate was equally...

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