Where Exceptional Begins

Tag: poli sci

Fake News And Presidential Approval Ratings

by Emma Wilson ’18, double-major in national security and foreign intelligence analysis and Spanish

With the recent presidential inauguration this past January, I decided to look at Donald Trump’s approval ratings. However, when I went to double check the results …

Trump and Terrorism

by Ashley Gran ’18

The 45th President of the United States has made his views particularly clear on quite a few aspects of government, one of those being terrorism. President Obama had previously set restrictions on droid attacks, raids, …

The Implications with Russia from Recent U.S. Airstrikes on Syria

by Preston Myers ’20

On April 6, 2017, the United States had fired 59 missiles at a Syrian airfield that was said to be the place where the recent attacks of the chemical weapons had emerged from (Sengupta, Macfarquhar, & …

Neil Gorsuch: The next Justice in the Supreme Court

by Joe Palmquist ’20

It has been a year since Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia passed away, and President Donald Trump has chosen Judge Neil Gorsuch to fill his seat. He will officially take his seat in October (Buckley, …

Changes with Transgender Bathroom Use

by Abby Packard ’17

On February 22 the Trump administration took away federal guidelines giving transgender students the right to use public school restrooms thus giving this to the states to decide. This thereby dismisses the previous guidelines given under …