The president, as is now evident, is not actually concerned with making America great again.
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Higher interest rates could hamper plans for a tax code overhaul, which GOP lawmakers hope to have a bill for by August.
To see China emerge in such a way would no doubt keep the leaders of the West on their toes.
The members of the Husky Environmental Action Team (HEAT) believe these pipelines will lead to absolutely catastrophic environmental and ethical consequences.
Human-caused climate change is one of today’s biggest global issues. While countries around the world are working toward a more sustainable future – Brazil and the Netherlands are good examples – climate change remains less than a priority in the United States, though the number of American citizens that care about climate change is increasing.
From a fellow student…
There were once men who weren’t admirable because they knew a lot about one thing; they were famous because they knew a lot about many things. These were the pioneers of their era: Newton, Franklin and even Einstein. They are a reflection of an older time – not their time, but the time of Enlightenment. And the preeminent figure of the Enlightenment was Leonardo da Vinci. His knowledge of several scientific and philosophical fields is a demonstration of the culture of the time, a promotion of a well-rounded knowledge base. Nowadays, this sort of pedantic mastery of subjects is cleverly disguised as pretentiousness.
Boston has long been known as a progressive city, but with its new status as the nation’s leader in income inequality, this may no longer be the case.
By Scotty Schenck, photo editor A new regulated currency exchange in the United States opened today. It wasn’t for another country’s money, but rather a currency that belongs to no country. A currency that has brought controversy […]
Remember the walkout of students from their Principles of Economics class at Harvard a couple of years ago in solidarity with the “Occupy” movement? They thought that the economics they were being taught was doctrinaire, failed to provide a balanced perspective on the real existing economy and did not show sufficient empathy for the 45 million people living in poverty.