Forgotten Errands: Put Policy Before Politics to Reform American Immigration

American immigration in the contemporary context should not be a partisan issue. There is nothing inherently ‘liberal’ or ‘conservative’ about acknowledging the human rights and human worth of undocumented workers already contributing to the American economy by filling essential and understaffed positions in the American agricultural industry

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Forgotten Errands: Let the Sky Fall and the Nukes Launch

If a giant asteroid really was on a collision course to destroy life as we know it on earth, would the international community actually find a solution to preserve Earth as we know it? Or would humanity become a causality of the often overly bureaucratic and political nature of the international regimes in place today?

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Forgotten Errands: Put Your Money Where Your Mouth is – Thinking Twice About Economic Warfare

In his State of the Union address on February 12th, President Barack Obama affirmed that Iran would maintain its position on the axis of evil during his second term, suggesting diplomatic solutions to Tehran while reaffirming the American hard stance against Iranian nuclear capabilities and steadfast support for Israel. Not to mention that just days earlier, on February 6th, Obama authorized new sanctions targeting the Iranian Central Bank, adding to the myriad embargoes already in place, as the United States, United Nations, and European Union attempt to prevent the development of the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program through the slow stifling of economic activity.

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