Voting Age Is Fine Where It Is

16-year-olds may be bright, but are not yet qualified to cast a ballot Triggered by recent pivotal events like Brexit and the Parkland, Florida school shooting, a movement has emerged demanding that teenagers should be able to vote at the age of 16. The campaign to lower voting age requirements has been going on for […]

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Eric Schneiderman’s Downfall Just Another Example of What’s Wrong With Albany

New York attorney general’s resignation further proves broken system At 6:46 p.m. on May 7, Eric Schneiderman was the attorney general of New York state. He was a reliable ally to progressive Democrats. He was riding on a 52 percent approval rating, was almost certain to win re-election to a third term in November, and […]

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Oversight of Facebook Is Long Overdue

Recent data breach is a signal that social network needs regulation One of the defining trademarks in the chronicle of the American economy is companies or industries that spawn, grow, grow too big and then become subject to government regulation. We’ve seen it many times before. After transforming the way we lived and worked, the […]

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