Foreign Policy / Presidential Race 2012 / Uncategorized

Will third time be a charm for Romney?

With the second presidential debate in the past, all the political junkies are gearing up for the third and final contest between President Obama and Governor Romney.  If you haven’t been keeping up with the debates until now, here is a brief summary to catch you up.  The first debate, domestic policy, was a clear … Continue reading


What is Wrong with this Picture?

“Gerrymander: to divide (a territorial unit) into election districts to give one political party an electoral majority in a large number of districts while concentrating the voting strength of the opposition in as few districts as possible (Merriam Webster Dictionary).” The 2011 Maryland Congressional districts take gerrymandering to a whole new level.   It is well … Continue reading

Foreign Policy / National Security / Uncategorized

Spy Game: The Case for Excommunicating Huawei and ZTE

The issue rapidly gaining momentum this election season is our future relation with China. It has been a growing issue for decades now, but somehow the American public is finally ready to confront our problematic ally about years of backhanded camaraderie. Outside of the vitriolic personal attacks on character and domestic policy, the presidential campaigns … Continue reading

Healthcare / Uncategorized

Electronic Medical Records: A Case for Innovation

This past Wednesday, October 3, The Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) teamed with Doctors Helping Doctors to hold a conference discussing the current state of Health Information Technology (HIT) in America.  In conjunction with the meeting, BPC published results from their survey, which asked doctors about their preferences and needs of HIT.  The results suggest that … Continue reading