Donald Trump doesn’t have a lot in common with LBJ, but both changed the landscape of American politics. Continue reading Tanner’s Corner: 2016 Signals Changes to the Electoral Map
11/30/16 | James Kuznecoff | Regular Correspondent On the Surface The Democratic Party is a balloon, and it’s floating away from the people. In their most rudimentary sense, political parties exist to represent their constituents. In recent years however, the Democratic … Continue reading What’s the Problem with the Democratic Party?
11/17/16 | Will Schwinghammer | Guest Correspondent On the Surface This week, Barack Obama left for his final trip to Europe as President of the United States. Obama has prioritized European-relations in the past, and on his final visit, hopes to reaffirm … Continue reading Obama’s Final Trip to Europe
11/15/16 | Rahil Modi | Regular Correspondent On the Surface The world’s two economic superpowers, the U.S. and China, are decisively intertwined. When Chinese markets dipped last year, the United States felt the backlash; likewise, Trump’s election last week has implications … Continue reading What’s in Store for Trump and China?
11/14/16 | Mark Kivimaki | Head Correspondent On the Surface Since Donald Trump’s surprise win last week, the media has been left guessing about the makeup of his cabinet and administration. Most rumored advisors have been close Trump confidants and supporters throughout … Continue reading Trump’s Administration