Tax Cuts Good, Spending Bad

  Here’s the carrot: Republicans nationwide have been celebrating - and with good reason. Despite hysterical opposition by Democrats, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed the House and Senate. This is a huge (read: yuge) legislative accomplishment for the President. It’s a good bill for many reasons. The Brookings Institute calculated that

Two Incidents

  I found out about a couple things in quick succession this week. The first was the report of the governors task force that was formed in response to the Charlottesville so called “Unite the Right” rally, where Heather Heyer was killed when a white supremacist drove his car into a crown

LEDDEBATE: Should Undocumented Immigrants be Considered Criminals by the U.S. Government?

This is part two of an essay debate. For Jacob's thoughts, click here. hen discussing any piece of public policy we must first answer the obvious question: “What is this policy aiming to accomplish?” The question posed in this discussion is not one to my mind that has a simple yes or no

The Real Threat to UC Berkeley

en Shapiro, editor-in-chief of The Daily Wire, will be giving a talk at UC Berkeley tonight, and judging by the headlines he is quite a dangerous figure. USA Today writes “Berkeley braces for visit by right-wing speaker Ben Shapiro.” The LA Times reports “Unprecedented measures at Berkeley for conservative writer's