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The national debt currently stands at almost $25 trillion, with interest of $382 billion. However, it receives minimal attention. Since the 1960s, we have seen the number of federal programs increase dramatically, pushing the US further into debt. Th...

A Looming Crisis: The National Debt

The national debt currently stands at almost $25 trillion, with interest of $382 billion. However, it receives minimal attention. Since the 1960s, we have seen the number of federal programs increase dramatically, pushing the US further into debt. Th...

Nord Stream 2 may well be the most controversial construction project in the world. The 1,200 kilometer pipeline, extending from Northwestern Russia to Northeastern Germany via the Baltic Sea, has alarmed European and American leaders alike. Critics ...

Putin’s Pipeline: The Dangers of Nord Stream 2

Nord Stream 2 may well be the most controversial construction project in the world. The 1,200 kilometer pipeline, extending from Northwestern Russia to Northeastern Germany via the Baltic Sea, has alarmed European and American leaders alike. Critics ...

In today’s divisive sociopolitical climate, the subsidization of private education in the United States has become yet another polarized, hot-button topic. Specifically, under the leadership of current Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, the issue of ...

Vouching Against School Vouchers

In today’s divisive sociopolitical climate, the subsidization of private education in the United States has become yet another polarized, hot-button topic. Specifically, under the leadership of current Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, the issue of ...

Home ownership has always characterized the American Dream. Suburban two-story houses with long driveways and perfectly manicured lawns for the kids to play on—these images surround the stereotypical images of an ideal American lifestyle in the med...

The Departure of the Homeowner from the American Dream

Home ownership has always characterized the American Dream. Suburban two-story houses with long driveways and perfectly manicured lawns for the kids to play on—these images surround the stereotypical images of an ideal American lifestyle in the med...

A red box logo with white, bold lettering characterizes the ever so iconic Supreme brand. Established in April 1994 as skatewear, Supreme has evolved into one of the world’s most popular and in-demand streetwear fashion labels, valued at one billio...

Supreme’s Pioneering Model

A red box logo with white, bold lettering characterizes the ever so iconic Supreme brand. Established in April 1994 as skatewear, Supreme has evolved into one of the world’s most popular and in-demand streetwear fashion labels, valued at one billio...

Americans can’t stop buying clothes: the average consumer today purchases almost three times as many garments as their mid-century doppelganger. Naturally, consumers are also far less likely to consistently wear the clothes they have bought. Today,...

The Rise and (Hopeful) Demise of Fast Fashion

Americans can’t stop buying clothes: the average consumer today purchases almost three times as many garments as their mid-century doppelganger. Naturally, consumers are also far less likely to consistently wear the clothes they have bought. Today,...