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We May Have Just Reached the Point of No Return

 

 

ALESSANDRA FERRANTE – When it comes to earths climate, the point of no return might have just been reached.[1] Many scientists are making such grim speculations due to the global concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere has reached 400 parts per million (ppm), for the first time in recorded history.[2] Carbon dioxide is […]

 

 

U.S. and Russian Relations: What Happens Next?

 

 

STEPHANIE MACLAUGHLIN – The 2016 Presidential election has been riddled with controversy and deception, leaving many Americans at odds with who to vote for. The newly elected president will serve a pivotal role in combating the major issues affecting the United States such as the economy, terrorism, health care, and foreign policy. One of the […]

 

 

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We May Have Just Reached the Point of No Return

 

 

ALESSANDRA FERRANTE – When it comes to earths climate, the point of no return might have just been reached.[1] Many scientists are making such grim speculations due to the global concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere has reached 400 parts per million (ppm), for the first time in recorded history.[2] Carbon dioxide is […]

 

 

U.S. and Russian Relations: What Happens Next?

 

 

STEPHANIE MACLAUGHLIN – The 2016 Presidential election has been riddled with controversy and deception, leaving many Americans at odds with who to vote for. The newly elected president will serve a pivotal role in combating the major issues affecting the United States such as the economy, terrorism, health care, and foreign policy. One of the […]

 

 

Let’s Talk About the Loonie’s Stake in the US Election Eh!

 

 

YASAMAN MOAZAMI – On November 8th, the people of United States will vote for a new President. This election has everyone on the edge of their seats, even the neighboring countries of the U.S. Canada’s stake in the U.S. election has always been evident, and this election is no different. While Canadians have always had a […]

 

 

The HB1411 Registration Requirement: Chilling Speech or the Set Up for a Gag Rule in Florida?

 

 

NICOLE PORTNOV – The Mexico City Policy, first put in place from 1985 to 1993, stipulated that non-governmental organizations abroad receiving U.S. assistance could not use separately obtained funds to educate the public, or the government in their countries of operation, on the need to make safe abortion available, advocate for the provision of legal […]

 

 

What’s Wrong With the 9/11 Law?

 

 

ANDRES ESTRELLA – On September 9, 2016, just two days before the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the United States House of Representatives, with little debate, passed a bill that would allow victims of the attacks, and their families, to sue Saudi Arabia.[1] President Obama vetoed the bill, titled Justice Against Sponsors of […]

 

 

 

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