Adopt a GER That Makes Inequality Seem Real
In early August, viewers of NBC’s Meet the Press witnessed a strange spectacle. The show’s guest that morning claimed that the United States’
The Tea Party and Individualism
Though the elections are now over, we are still at a transition point for politics in the United States. A cultural change in the way
The Future of the Wallet
Stanford University is home to many of the technological innovations that drastically reshape how we relate to each other, how we live our lives, and
Bumper-Sticker Politics As Usual
If the ascendancy of the Tea Party has signaled anything in American politics, it is the striking of the death knell for mainstream conservative intellectualism.
Stanford Is Not the United Nations
With the renewal of the divestment debate that has recently surfaced on campus comes the question, “What is the role of student government in issues
Time for Tea at Stanford?
It is comforting at times to think of Stanford as isolated in an apolitical bubble. Stanford students are generally too busy to remain involved and
Stanford Tea Party launches video
The new Stanford Tea Party student group just released a video to YouTube, apparently made in collaboration with CampusReform.com. Be sure to check it
An interview with the Westboro Baptist Church
In the wake of the Westboro Baptist Church picketing outside the Hillel House, many members of the Stanford community felt differently. Some felt united, others
Stanford: A Case for Compassionate Conservatism
When asked recently to comment on food programs that extend welfare benefits to poor children, South Carolina Lt. Gov. André Bauer quipped, “My grandmother was
Christianity and capitalism: peas in a pod or irreconcilable?
Is Christianity compatible with Capitalism? Are the two systems based on mutually exclusive ethical foundations that make them incompatible? This was the question asked in