Category: Op-Eds

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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Trump: The Impromptu Commander-in-Chief

During the Vietnam War, President Richard Nixon and his Secretary of State Henry Kissinger developed the “Madman Theory.” Nixon’s goal was to act so erratically that the North Vietnamese would never know his next move — they would think him a madman. President Donald J. Trump is that strategy’s extreme reincarnation, as evidenced by his [...]

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Self-Driving Vehicles to Render Human Drivers Obsolete

There’s something about the allure of an open road which gives pressing the gas pedal a unique thrill. That feeling is timeless and quintessentially American: it’s what drives the Fast and Furious movies and what motivates Ferris Bueller to steal Cameron’s dad’s priceless Ferrari. That’s why letting a manual car gather dust in the garage [...]

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University Greek Life Investigations Jusified

Recently, Duncan Cock Foster levelled accusations against the Emory administration in his op-ed, “Emory’s War on Greek Life.” The flawed article argues that Greek life is "persecuted" by Emory administrators. The author specifically cites the Emory administration’s failure to follow proper procedure during an investigation into his fraternity, Beta Theta Pi (Beta). However, this asinine [...]

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