Politics

Where the U.S. stands on Cybersecurity

Introduction The United States is at a crossroads with cybersecurity. The threat of cyberterrorism from both state and non-state actors is very real, yet the U.S. has been painfully slow when it comes to digital safeguards. The government’s past failures to secure its assets is problematic, especially with the approaching midterm elections, and only deliberate … Continue reading

Politics

Why The DACA Deadlock Is Bad For Both Parties & The Country

Ever since President Trump announced the end of DACA last September, the program has become an even more volatile issue for Congress. Implacability on both sides continues, and the only certain outcomes are uncertainty for DACA recipients with an added negative impact for the U.S. economy. The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program was conceived … Continue reading