With over 1 billion users logging on across the world, moderating content on Facebook is no small task. What…
On Tuesday, Pennsylvania held primary elections where voters could choose either a Democrat or Republican candidate who would then…
In the midst of partisan jockeying for a moral high ground surrounding the IRS debacle, neither side of the…
Rep. Darrell Issa has made headlines this week, spearheading the investigations against those involved in the Benghazi incidence and…
Last week, the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) invited Professor Gabriel Lenz to discuss his study on the…
From the Columns
- On Friday, the national delegation for the Boy Scouts of America approved a resolution to lift the ban on gay scouts with 60 percent of the vote.
Last week, current Detroit Mayor Dave Bing announced he would not seek re-election for the post he has held since 2009. This opened up what would already have been a very interesting election.
By Samuel Genson | 05/24/2013
The Rubin v. Bowen case is one of the long lasting lawsuits against Proposition 14, which created a top-two nonpartisan primary system in California after being approved by voters in 2010. The plaintiffs opposing the new system include members of the Green Party, California Democratic Party, Libertarian Party…
By Lucas Eaves | 05/24/2013
Student loan debt has totaled $1.1 trillion nationwide and many college graduates struggle to pay these loans back. The federal government is rushing to find a solution to the interest rate it sets for student loans which is currently set to double…
By Michael Higham | 05/24/2013
This week, California and Alabama joined the growing number of states advancing towards greater government transparency by adopting new online disclosure systems. In California, Secretary of State Debra Bowen reversed her initial opposition to providing a unified campaign finance database entirely online.
By Alex Gauthier | 05/24/2013
The two-year campaign process in the race for mayor of Los Angeles came to a close on Tuesday. As of 3:00 AM Wednesday, Eric Garcetti was elected mayor of the city.
Earlier this week, Apple CEO Tim Cook made a speech to Congress on what he called a “dramatic simplification” of corporate tax laws. The main point of this proposal is that taxes on profits for businesses are too high, forcing many companies to shift their earnings overseas, where, through tax loopholes…
In the midst of partisan jockeying for a moral high ground surrounding the IRS debacle, neither side of the aisle, nor the media has gotten wind of the underlying issue.