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Don’t forget border security up north

(By Helen Raleigh, Centennial Fellow) December is usually a slow month for any significant policy changes: politicians as well as ordinary folks are getting into a jolly mode. They are probably more concerned about what

How to make American immigration great again

(By Helen Raleigh, Centennial Fellow) There’s no doubt that our nation’s immigration system is broken. It no longer serves our nation’s interests, and has caused anxiety among native-born citizens and immigrant communities alike. We have

What will we tell our children?

(By Mikayle Jacquot, '76 Blog Contributor) My Facebook feed since around 7 p.m. on Tuesday, November 8, has been full of tears and complaints about our President-elect Donald Trump. Many of my close friends and family members

Can we be encouraged in our divided nation?

(By Evan Verbal, 1776 Scholar) On November 9, 2016, America woke up to some staggering news: Donald Trump had won the presidential election along with a Republican-backed Congress. This certainly caused some mixed reactions which

American voters deliver a shocking super Brexit

(By Bill Moloney, '76 Contributor) (Boston)  In an article written for the Denver Post (July 10,2016) entitled "Brexit Underscores Political and Economic Malaise of the West" I made the following observation: "Anybody who was anybody in politics,