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- Domestic Policy, Election 2016, International Policy, Politics
- September 1, 2015
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The upcoming British general election is the most unpredictable in a generation. This has been the result of a shift in power from the largest two parties to regional and periphery groups. This will have long term consequences for governance and policy in the UK.
Tax expenditures are a huge part of overall federal spending, but aren’t part of the regular budget process. As we seek to trim budgets, all forms of spending should be on the table.
President Barack Obama’s executive order delaying deportation for millions of undocumented immigrants has reignited the debate on his immigration enforcement record. However, partisanship has clouded the discussion, leaving little clarity on what we do and what we do not know about the President’s record.
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- November 2, 2014
The elections in Georgia for governor and Senate are incredibly close, with Democrats putting up a strong showing in this conservative, Southern state. Regardless of what happens this Tuesday, Georgia’s changing demographics mean that the GOP’s stranglehold on the Peach State is eroding.