How Would Jesus Vote?

MEREDITH TRIPLET, CONTRIBUTING WRITER

Political polarization has never been so high. It seems inevitable that political conversations will veer towards vitriol. How, exactly, has our country built such strong boundaries between those of differing political beliefs? Continue reading “How Would Jesus Vote?”

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Response to Injustices in Dubai

BY LUE-YEE TSANG

Dubai, the parvenu (or 暴發戶, as my family says in Chinese) of the Persian Gulf, has finally been exposed as a financial black hole, dealing a serious blow to the reputation of the Arab Gulf. One could go on and on, I suppose, about how Dubai unmasks the financial fakeness of the West, because its desalinized oases of luxury certainly took the cake. But even before news broke Continue reading “Response to Injustices in Dubai”

Sitting on the Fence

BY MARY BREFFLE

Politics. The very word makes people like me want to throw a blunt object at someone. In spite of my distaste for the inefficiency of governmental bureaucracy, I wholeheartedly believe in civic engagement. I’m proud to say this: I care. And I can safely say that I am part of the demographic that both McCain and Obama are pursuing. I am the undecided voter. Continue reading “Sitting on the Fence”