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No, the Filibuster Should Not Be Abolished

By Ethan Mariano Freshman, Gettysburg A majority in the United States Senate has long been coveted by the major political parties. The reason is obvious: the Senate is responsible, along with the House, for passing legislation that affects our fiscal policy,...

No, Mental Health Checks Should Not Be Mandatory

By Colby Clark Freshman, Auburn Requiring new mental health checks to purchase firearms is an ignorant form of gun control legislation. This is a measure that would affect millions of Americans according to Johns Hopkins. They write, “an estimated 26% of Americans...

No, DC Should Not Be Granted Statehood

By Jamie Filias Freshman, GW Recently, the debate over statehood for Washington DC has returned to the respective floors of both houses of Congress and sparked arguments between politicians and citizens alike. A review of the evidence will unambiguously show that...

The US Should Not Intervene

By Paul Medvetsky Freshman, Georgetown The recent coup in Myanmar is a troubling and sudden departure from years of civilian governing — one that could mark the return to power of the military junta that ruled the country from 1962 to 2010. Indeed, the junta has...