Former Mayor of Philadelphia Michael Nutter reflects on his lessons in leadership from two terms in office, provides a window into the policymaking process, gives his thoughts on the current political landscape, and explains why he believes that this is a better time than any other to study public policy.
On December 18, 2017, Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Thomas Bossert publicly attributed the massive “WannaCry” cyberattack to North Korea in a Wall Street Journal article.[i] He followed up his published piece with a White House Read More
As a former History student at Brooklyn College, and longtime free-tuition advocate, Bernie Sanders was the ideal political champion for Andrew Cuomo’s Excelsior Scholarship. At one rally, Sanders expressed, “What Governor Cuomo is proposing is a revolutionary idea for higher Read More
The Kremlin has brought an online war of hearts and minds to US soil with a vengeance. From Charlottesville, Virginia, to the sidelines of the National Football League, and Black Lives Matter protests in Baltimore, Maryland, reports are pouring in Read More
Themed #PowerToThePolls, this year’s March not only provided a much needed dose of inspiration in the midst of the usual chaotic, depressing storm of Trump-era headlines and troubling policies, it–more importantly–proved that this female-fuelled movement has staying power.
How to Build a Defensible Cyberspace
Student movements can bring immigration issues into the national conversation.
With 2.3 million people in American prisons today, it’s time to normalize the criminal record.
Bernie Sanders isn’t just running against Hillary Clinton. He’s also running against Barack Obama – and he’s losing.
On the surface, the marijuana legalization movement appears to be a winning scenario for industry advocates, private business, and state officials. However, one stakeholder has been noticeably excluded from the larger public discourse: the non-violent drug offender.