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The Innocence of the Saudis

By Alex Boylston Within a week of taking office, President Donald Trump had, according to some, followed through on a promise he first made in December 2015 to “shut down” Muslim immigration by signing an executive order barring entry to passport holders from seven Muslim-majority countries. The countries on the list, which include Iran, Yemen, Somalia,…

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Opinion: Why Britain won’t get what it wants

By Gabrielle Lohner Last month, British Prime Minister Theresa May delivered a firm laying out Britain’s plan to the widely-speculated Brexit. She explained her twelve-point plan to exit the European Union while also creating a stronger, “truly global Britain.” The speech was consistent with the idea of a “hard” Brexit, emphasizing the differences between the European…

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Uber Gets Lyfted: What Really Happened at JFK Airport

By Loran Posey, Jr. On Feb. 2, the CEO of Uber—Travis Kalanick—removed himself from President Donald Trump’s economic advisory council. Kalanick’s decision to quit the council came several days after Uber came under fire for its actions at a New York City (NYC) airport in the aftermath of Trump’s immigration executive order. Trump’s executive order,…

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OPINION: Is There Room for Pro-Life Women in Feminism?

By Rachael Andrews After the Women’s March on Washington on January 21, a day after Donald Trump’s inauguration, drew historic crowds and brought together women from all over the country to D.C., Emily Crockett of Vox wrote an article titled, “Can you be a pro-life feminist? The Women’s March on Washington offered some insights,” and…

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Fakes, Frauds and Phonies

By Grant Mercer The Boston newspaper gave a detailed account of the gruesome event. Leather pouches, brimming with cash and jewelry, were found stuffed inside a wooden trunk. Beneath the pouches rested yet another bag, this one filled with the bloody scalps of American soldiers along with a letter addressed to a foreign leader asking him…

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Going Out, But Not Getting In

This article originally appeared in the Fall 2016 edition of the Georgia Political Review By Rob Oldham Open your eyes next time you are north of Broad Street on a Thursday evening. Watch as sweaty Greeks stumble from their socials, nervous freshmen fidget with their fake IDs, and newly-minted binge drinkers hold in their vomit…

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The Future of Renewable Energy in Georgia

This article originally appeared in the Fall 2016 edition of the Georgia Political Review. By Swapnil Agrawal Georgia is going green – at your power bill’s expense. In late July, the Public Service Commission, Georgia’s regulatory tribunal for utilities, approved Georgia Power’s plan to generate 1,600 megawatts of renewable energy by 2021. According to EIA data,…

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