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Thomas Jefferson, reflecting on a nation’s best hope for the future, once remarked that its greatest defense is an educated citizenry. Today, as the United States faces tremendous and unprecedented challenges, these words remain just as salient now as they […]
As the United States grapples with an all-encompassing pandemic during an election year, questions of voting by mail have taken center stage in national dialogue. Despite President Trump’s attacks on absentee voting and efforts to delegitimize election results, mail-in voting […]
At the turn of the 19th century, long before the fight to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Founding Fathers of the United States battled over the makeup of the Supreme Court. Throughout American history — especially in times of […]
America didn’t have to wait long this month for the October Surprise. While news that President Donald Trump has contracted the coronavirus a month before Election Day may almost seem like just another day amidst a crazy election season, it […]