The GOP Tax Proposal: A Case for Lower Corporate Taxes

ANASTASIA PYRINIS – NOVEMBER 20TH, 2017 There is a widespread social understanding that corporations are evil. They are portrayed as all-consuming giants that prey upon the everyday worker. In media, an entire dystopian film franchise…


Capital Punishment – An Unconscionable Policy

VATSAL BAJAJ – NOVEMBER 15TH, 2017 What is the true value of life? Such philosophical queries cannot be easily answered, as life is an intangible good. However, this is the question that must be answered…


The Freedom to Save

JOSEPH VALENTINE HERNANDEZ – NOVEMBER 13TH, 2017 The decade of the 1940s tested the resolve of the United States as it had never been tested before, both in the banking sector and on the battlefield….




Healthcare: Privatize or Nationalize?

VATSAL BAJAJ – NOVEMBER 1, 2017 “It is not from the benevolence of the butcher, the brewer, or the baker that we expect our dinner, but from their regard to their own interest. We address ourselves,…


The Dilemma Behind Economic Sanctions

ANASTASIA PYRINIS – OCTOBER 30, 2017 Economic sanctions have a long history that can be traced back to some of the earliest human civilizations. Economic historians Gary Hufbauer and Jeffrey Schott have attributed the earliest…


The Economics of Halloween

JOSEPH VALENTINE HERNANDEZ – OCTOBER 27, 2017 As October matures and autumn blooms into its colorful precipice, All Hallows’ Eve draws closer. Halloween represents the cultural event of the year’s end, and no matter where…