Monthly Archives: September 2017


The Beginning Of The End For DACA: Trump’s Unspeakable Callousness As An Affront To America’s Highest Ideals

By Alexander Andresian* Two weeks ago, President Trump formally announced the beginning of the end of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.[1] Put in place by the Obama Administration, the DACA program granted work permits to, and deferred the deportation of, the children of undocumented immigrants (herein referred to as “Dreamers”) brought to…


Constitutional Impediments to Flood Response

By Caleb Hall* The onslaughts of Hurricanes Irma and Harvey are the first recorded instance where two category four hurricanes reached the U.S. Atlantic coast within the same calendar year. As of this writing, the Houston area death toll has reached over eighty, and Hurricane Irma has taken thirty-nine lives in the United States along…


Trust The Process

By James Sasso* Even though the Dallas Mavericks are his namesake, Senator John McCain has embraced the philosophy of the Philadelphia 76ers basketball team: trust the process. For 76ers’ fans, this mantra played like a jukebox stuck on Sting’s Desert Rose; at first it’s tolerable, but quickly it’s maddening. Fans suffered years of horrendous teams…

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