Israel’s Navy Is Under-Equipped to Protect Offshore Energy Facilites
More than 830 educators took part in a survey on discussing controversial topics in class. National politics, rather than hot-button issues like race and religion, seemed to be the most divisive in 2017.
This seems counterintuitive, but it’s the product of several contentious court battles that occurred in the early 1900s. The most prominent of these was Dow v. United States, a 1915 case in which Syrian immigrant George Dow fought to overturn two lower court decisions that found him ineligible for naturalization because he wasn’t white. A federal appeals court ruled in Dow’s favor. And he won because of Jesus.
Paul Krugman builds on Roosevelt Institute Fellow Mike Konczal's argument on libertarian populism, and further examines why that model should not appeal to working-class white voters who rely on safety net programs like unemployment and food stamps.
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An issue that is continually in the press and features hot-button political and scientific issues is the wide-range of topics that fall underneath the broader banner of climate change. Whether it is the extinction of species and the destruction of their habitats, or the melting of the icebergs and the shifting of weather patterns in …