Edition 120

Lights, Camera, Politics

By Leila Pedersen

April 21, 2016

Question from Leila Pedersen: Are conservative voters in California starstruck?

Lights, Camera, Politics

Question from Leila Pedersen: Are conservative voters in California starstruck?


Can You Hear Them Now?

Good. The Verizon strike is in its second week, and Patricia Hart argues it’s time for politicians to start listening to workers.


The West Wants Isolation. What Now for Eastern Europe?

As Donald Trump question’s NATO’s relevance, Michael Cecire writes that the region needs more than ever to present itself as serious about d


Paid Leave and a Different Kind of American Exceptionalism

Here are three things the United States can learn from other nations should policymakers ever decide that it’s shameful to be the largest ec


Judicial Vacancies Present a Crisis—and an Opportunity

Kyle DeAngelis and Ebone Williams explain why the 79 judicial vacancies across the country are an obstruction of justice—and why filling the


Can Holy Lands Become Holy Democracies?

A question not so easily answered among scholars.


Capitalizing on Tax Time

Congressman Jose Serrano and Michal Grinstein-Weiss argue that low-income households’ ability to save shouldn’t end on April 18th.


Food Pantries for College Students

Why all you can eat buffets are being supplemented with pantries at universities across the country.