Public Policy

Tackling Class Action Lawsuits

Tackling Class Action Lawsuits

Who’s benefiting from America’s notorious culture of lawsuits?

A Landfill, a home for garbage and so much more.

A Landfill, a home for garbage and so much more.

When you think of a landfill, usually a happy thought doesn’t come to mind. Most people avoid the topic of garbage. It’s unsightly, it smells, it’s overall it’s really gross. We put it into our trash cans and it’s sent away. But, there is a […]

Will Peak Oil Come Anytime Soon?

Will Peak Oil Come Anytime Soon?

Our taste change, technologies evolve, live goes on and whether we like it or not, the world changes every day. To put it bluntly, change is inevitable. Although it’s an inevitable reality of our world, it doesn’t mean that we’re on the verge of it. […]

Are We Still In?

Are We Still In?

Presidential declarations or policies can cause backlash within the country, as was the case when President Trump announced in June of 2017 that the United States was going to leave the Paris Climate Agreement. Initially, there was outrage among citizens and interests groups stating that […]

Viva La Revolución! Repairing the Relationship between the U.S. and Cuba

Viva La Revolución! Repairing the Relationship between the U.S. and Cuba

This past June, President Donald Trump announced that he desired to renew the economic restrictions previously lifted by the Obama Administration against the island nation of Cuba. Details are thin, but the administration plans to prevent American trade with businesses operated by the Cuban military, […]

Weekend at Mitch’s

Weekend at Mitch’s

On January 20, 2018 at 12:01 AM, the US Federal Government, like an overwhelmed college student during finals week, missed its biggest deadline. Congress failed to pass another emergency funding measure that would extend Congress’ deadline to secure a bipartisan spending bill. As a result, […]

Looking Forward to the Midterm Elections

Looking Forward to the Midterm Elections

The coming year brings a great many things on the horizon: one of these being the midterm election. Two years after every presidential election the political mood of the country is tested by this election. It is a chance for the public to express how […]

The Free Market of Global Education

The Free Market of Global Education

Over the past few decades, America’s education system has drifted into the realm of obscurity and has caused the country to miss out on a great deal of intellectual progress. Although our country’s private schools are still regarded as the best in the world, our […]

The Future of the U.S. Electric Grid

The Future of the U.S. Electric Grid

Let’s talk about a perfect world where all of our transportation needs are all electric…converting from fossil fuels may be a bigger challenge than we think.