By: Carson Aft The storied dome of Capitol Hill is notorious for the way in which hyperbole flows like water. It is not uncommon for “moral outrage” to stem from a matter as trivial as whether grape subsidies are set to pass our high chambers. It is from this place of dramatics that a siren of legitimate outrage has come. [...]
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By: Nathan Williams In his first public appearance since announcing his retirement, U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss, (R-Ga.), welcomed guests Monday to the University of Georgia chapel alongside Senator Mark Warner, (D-Va.), as they prepared to take the stage for the Terry Leadership Speaker Series to address national economic issues. Directly addressing the youth in attendance, Senator Chambliss encouraged students to [...]
By: Chris Neill Sen. Saxby Chambliss announced Friday morning that he would not be seeking reelection in 2014. He cited exasperation with partisan gridlock as the reason for his retirement from the United States Congress. His announcement sparked a myriad of responses from across the political spectrum. Gov. Nathan Deal gave a pragmatic, straightforward comment in which he seemed most [...]
By: Ryan Prior This is the third in a four-part Alliance of Collegiate Editors (ACE) forum on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. In the first installment of this forum, Hussein Elbakri, of the Columbia Political Review, analyzed the arguments for and against the Affordable Care Act’s constitutionality. Next Noah Fram, of the Vanderbilt Political Review, discussed the Act from the [...]