5 Key Elements to Discuss About the Safe and Fair Campus Acts

Division and debate regarding this legislation stems from the question, “Who is this meant to protect–the accuser or the accused?”

John Boehner’s Legacy

Matthew Rozsa discusses the impending legacy of soon-to-be former Speaker of the House John Boehner.

How Attacking Planned Parenthood Shames Women Into Silence

Silencing women’s experiences and pretending that their wants and needs are dirty is not going to lead to a good time for anyone.

Your 2-Minute Guide to Congress’ Attacks on Planned Parenthood and Abortion

Jody Allard lays down the Republican party’s obsession with controlling women’s bodies.

Larry Lessig Is Wasting Our Time

Larry Lessig may have good ideas about campaign finance reform, but his ideas about the presidency are totally wrong.

We Don’t Need New Blood In Congress

Structural factors, not a lack of “new blood”, is what’s driving American politics right now.

Bipartisanship Is No Utopia

Washington gridlock can be annoying, but that doesn’t mean bipartisan consensus produced outcomes that are necessarily more popular.

Who Wants to Get Something Done in DC? Anyone?

Getting anything done in Washington seems impossible. Up to us to demand work and results from our representatives, which will only get done with cooperation.

Mrs. Smith (Pitt) Goes to Washington? Angelina Jolie Should

Brains, heart and experience combined with charisma, charm and a great work ethic, are all the ingredients we need in our representatives in Washington

His Entire Term as Governor Was Tainted With Protests

Years of civil disobedience from Philadelphians preceded Tom Corbett’s loss in PA Governor’s Race.

They say it’s a GOP Wave. Hope You’re a Good Swimmer

Many Americans voted to give control of both house of congress to the Republican party. Time will tell if this was a wise choice on their part.

Ignore All That Mandateology

Politicians win elections, they don’t win mandates.