A Nuclear Bomb

In October of 2013, Democratic Majority Leader Harry Reid had a decision to make. The Republican Party under Minority Leader Mitch McConnell seemed to take pleasure in delaying the Senate. FIlibusters were becoming the norm and cloture motions, votes to break a filibuster, had nearly doubled from the Bush era, as logjam seemed to be […]

Trade & Trump: A Talk by Dr. Mark Perry

On Monday, March 19th, American Enterprise Institute (AEI) Scholar Dr. Mark Perry gave a talk at the Ross School of Business entitled “Free Trade and the Perils of Protectionism.” It was organized by the University of Michigan AEI Executive Council and the Adam Smith Society Chapter at the University of Michigan. Much of his focus […]

Thank You, Blake

When I first came to campus, I had to meet new people. As a freshman, this can become a tedious task, and I quickly became overwhelmed by the new names that seemed to fly past me. It was stressful at times, but the opportunity to get to really know people is always a treat. Generally, […]

#StopSpencer Protests Rock Campus

Last week, University President Mark Schlissel and the Board of Regents decided to consider speaking with Richard Spencer and his team regarding his request to speak on campus. While Spencer has not been officially invited to Ann Arbor, the decision has generated extreme backlash from many on campus. This has led to the formation of […]