The Failure of the U.S. Educational System

By Justin Dempsey The educational system in the United States is flawed and deteriorating. American high-school students continue to lose ground to their peers in other countries. Our current system was designed to educate people in a different age. It…

Egyptian Transition to Democracy Still a Work in Progress

By Isaac Furman Two years have now passed since thousands of dissatisfied Egyptians filled Tahrir square to protest express their outrage with a broken political system, and a lot has changed since then. The nation’s unpopular leader, Hosni Mubarak,…

Anonymous Threatens U.S. Government

By Colin Grubb Following the recent suicide of computer programmer and internet activist Aaron Swartz, the vigilante group known as Anonymous has made serious threats against the government of the United States. They claim to have embarrassing files …

UK Marriage Equality in Sight

By: Samantha Muratori Love is a human right. It is unfortunate that this principle has yet to be connected with the institution of marriage. When the institution of marriage was created, women were considered the property of men, and girls as young a…

Monarchies Learn to Adapt, Survive in Arab Spring

By Tanya Alexander One of the most intriguing aspects of the Arab Spring, particularly in the case of monarchies, is the manner in which protestors initially called for changes within regimes instead of total regime change. When the Arab Spring comme…