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A surprise win for Venezuela’s ruling party

Despite polling experts estimating that Maduro's PSUV (the United Socialist Party of Venezuela) would lose to their opposition parties' candidates, Congress' regional elections for...

China’s army revamp: What to know

The People's Liberation Army (PLA) of the People's Republic of China (PRC) will undergo a revitalization under Xi Jinping's first year of his Five-Year...

Why are people so misinformed about Puerto Rican citizenship?

Hurricanes Irma and Maria have absolutely devastated the island of Puerto Rico. The damage is heartbreaking, the administration's response is lackluster, and the press...

International Law: Catalonia and the drive for independence

Catalonia has been making headlines recently in its quest to break off from Spain and be independent. Carles Puigdemont, Catalonia’s president, stated that the...

Catalonian Independence: What’s next?

Carles Puigdemont, the president of Catalonia, has urged the Spanish PM, Mariano Rajoy, to mediate tensions following the recent referendum’s results. The referendum’s results...

NFL and the First Amendment: It’s simple

The major story making the rounds this past weekend has been in the National Football League, where players protested the national anthem. While this...

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals: Balancing Morality and the Constitution

DACA stands for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, and is an Obama era executive policy that essentially grants amnesty to minors who entered the...

Why don’t we pay college athletes?

College athletics: Beautiful stadiums, millions of fans, and big time revenue. Coaches get paid millions, schools are constantly upgrading facilities, and athletes get…well, college...

The law behind the DraftKings and Fanduel blocked merger

If you are active in the realms of fantasy sports, you would have come to learn of the emergence of a newer, more innovative...

Why can TSA conduct invasive searches? Know your rights.

  This past weekend I traveled to Colorado. As with all experiences at the airport, I was forced to wait in line, remove my belt...

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