The Obama administration has been remarkably indecisive on the subject of immigration. On one hand, the president talks a lot about his support for
Last week’s midterm elections ushered in a number of changes for California. While Republicans did extremely well nationwide on November 2, California Republicans had
Sometimes watching cable news is a tiring endeavor. Seeing the same people yelling, the same old political arguments, and the same accusations can be
Every year, Hollywood comes out with the usual set of summer blockbusters. This year’s films—from Inception to Despicable Me—have generally been high-quality, well-made films.
Arizona’s recent and harsh anti-immigrant bill reminded me of another law passed a while ago. Commonly called the Bennett Law, it aimed to make
Algeria’s 2010 World Cup team was an oddity. Most of the squad’s players were not actually born in Algeria, and many of them do
Iceland is a small country in big trouble. During the heady times of economic growth, its banks expanded operations far beyond what the country
Conservatives love him, and yet the Republican establishment can’t seem to stand the guy. And liberal bloggers are strangely drawn to the evangelical politician
College is often described as a wonderful institution, a place where people have the best experiences of their lives. Students like me forge lasting
This whole Gaypril Walker Wall situation is a disgrace, and at this point, I am not sure with whom I should be more frustrated.