Tagged - Politics

Blindspots: Unconditional aid is turning Israel into a rogue state

This unconditional aid has empowered a small regional power to drift further and further from international accountability. 

Blindspots: For Aaron Bushnell

Aaron Bushnell's death demands our attention. There cannot be a normal day until this war is brought to an end.

Listen to Israelis

Palestinians say Israeli officials want to violently expel them from their homes and take their land. Israeli officials agree.

Political neutrality: Is it a choice we can make?

For many of us, staying neutral simply meant allowing the flow of politics to subsume our beliefs and hopes for the future.

America is divided, but Judy Woodruff remains optimistic

Television news pioneer Judy Woodruff dove into the good, the bad, the ugly — and the future — of U.S. politics at Meliora Weekend on Oct. 7.

You should be worried about local election denialism

If this week’s midterm elections solidified anything, it’s the fact that Republican election denialism is now just another strategic tool that’s here to stay.

Pistachios becoming “disturbingly normalized,” warn centrists

“Finally, just in time for the midterms, they have something to unite them: disdain for the pistachio.”

CPE holds voter registration drives to boost turnout

With midterm elections rapidly approaching, students in the Center for Political Engagement are working to increase student engagement with the voting process.

The war on abortion

Answer honestly — would you dare look into their eyes and tell them they are killing a baby, that they are wrong for putting themselves first?

How far off is “Don’t Look Up” from real life?

The film also resonates as an allegory for the pandemic response by our distracted, capitalist country.