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The bright spot of the Trump administration: sanctions on Iran

As a result of the daily chaos that engulfs the Trump administration, where tweet storms and the Russia probe dominate the news coverage, there is a tendency to overlook some of the achievements that the… Read More...

Jeremy Corbyn: complicit in the rise of European anti-Semitism

One year ago, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair took the stage at the annual AIPAC policy conference, receiving a standing ovation from 18,000 pro-Israel activists. Blair, who led the U.K. Labour Party from 1994… Read More...

Mohammed bin Salman: Putting Saudi Arabia on the right track

In the aftermath of 9/11, the American people had a deep distrust of Saudi Arabia and its government. Times have changed. With the emergence of a newly emboldened Iran, the largest state sponsor of terrorism,… Read More...

Senator Mitt Romney: A win for Democrats, Republicans, and civility

In these hyper-partisan times, Americans are looking for something to hang their hats on as a sign of hope, and Mitt Romney could be the answer. Romney, the 2012 Republican presidential nominee, announced his candidacy… Read More...

It’s time to let Bonds and Clemens into the Baseball Hall of Fame

Last week, the National Baseball Hall of Fame revealed 2018 voting results. Four players will be inducted into the Hall of Fame this year, each of them reaching 75% of the vote, which is the… Read More...

Prolonged Mueller investigation plays directly into Putin’s hands

When Vladimir Putin and his associates interfered in the 2016 presidential election, they had one goal in mind: to cause chaos throughout the United States. Mission accomplished. The investigation into Russian interference and the potential… Read More...

We need more politicians like Charlie Baker

The political gridlock in Washington today has reached unprecedented levels. On one side of the aisle, you have Donald Trump blowing up the Republican Party, taking it into an unfamiliar and uncomfortable populist direction, thus… Read More...

The Chargers’ move to Los Angeles: an epic failure

In 1995, NFL football in Los Angeles came to a screeching halt. Both the Raiders and Rams, who had relative success during their tenures in Southern California, were leaving to Oakland and St. Louis, respectively.… Read More...

Politicization of sports has brought this country to a new low

For many Americans, watching sports is an escape. Whether it be to avoid politics, a stressful situation at home or simply a way to relax after a long day at work, sports give many people… Read More...

NBA Super-teams Continue to Form: Why It’s Bad For the League

The New York Knicks traded their top star, Carmelo Anthony, to the Oklahoma City Thunder Sep. 25. Anthony, who most expected to be traded before the beginning of the season, will join forces with the… Read More...
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