Abrams’ Medicaid Plan Will Help Students

There’s little doubt that this school is home to scores of profoundly wealthy students. Admittedly, I’m one of the many on this campus who find themselves habitually decrying Emory as a bastion of Northeastern privilege; however, these blind generalizations obscure the economic realities of our student body, and they erase the everyday struggles that thousands [...]

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The Senate’s Impending Nuclear Winter

For centuries, the U.S. Senate has been referred to by many as the world’s greatest deliberative body. In recent years, that has become more of a sardonic reprise than anything else. At the nation’s inception, the Senate was designed to be a legislative chamber free from the parochial, knee-jerk instincts found in the House of [...]

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Congress Beware: Automation Inevitable

One of the most salient issues in the 2016 election was America’s changing manufacturing landscape, which arguably handed Donald Trump the presidency. However, all the half-truths about “bad trade deals” sending jobs overseas distracted from the real culprit behind the death of the American factory worker — automation. Research suggests that up to 85 percent [...]

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Rising Above McConnell’s Mishigas

On Jan. 31, while the Trump administration enjoyed its first and only controversy-free day, my deepest, darkest fears became reality — Sen. Mitch McConnell was rewarded handsomely for his Merrick Garland antics. With President Trump’s nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to fill Antonin Scalia’s Supreme Court seat, the Senate Majority Leader not only got the [...]

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