What do Elizabeth Warren's proposed policies regarding student debt relief say about responsibility and fairness?
Is a tool used as obstruction to legislation antithetical to the Senate's purpose, or perfectly attuned to it? Is the filibuster the "Soul of the Senate" or the death of democracy?
As politics become more divisive, the family unit risks fracture. How should we balance political convictions and familial ties?
The US and New Zealand's positions on gun control could not be farther apart. How have political climates and history shaped these cultural attitudes? What is the substance of the right to bear arms? How broad is its justification?
The call for civil discourse is often disingenuous, and finding a neutral ground for debate is difficult in practice. What does 'civility' mean, and what does it not mean?
It's difficult to justify the recent ban on transgender military service with the reasons on offer.
From candidates to supporters, what are our duties to support the political process?
The furor sparked by the slanted treatment of Covington High School protesters raises questions about the prospects of objectivity in the days of instant news.
Recent accusations that Fox News is a propaganda machine might strike some as hyperbole, but there is a real danger in the dwindling line between the government and news organizations.
Hyperpartisanship is not helped when potential candidates are seemingly more interested in their egos than their policies.