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 […]

Winners and Losers of CPAC 2018

Last weekend, thousands of Republicans young and old flocked to National Harbor, MD for the largest conservative gathering of the year: the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). The laundry list of speakers in attendance included sitting senators, members of congress, political pundits, journalists, activists, and of course our very own President Trump and Vice President […]

Take a Seat, President Schlissel

Atop the Fleming Administration Building, tucked neatly away from the raucous protests and controversies of campus life, hides President Mark Schlissel.  A reputation marred by anti-Trump rhetoric and yet another email scandal from a public official, I imagine the thought of returning to Brown has crossed his mind a few times. Who can blame him? […]

What Happened: A Review

After reading What Happened, I gained a far better understanding of Hillary Clinton . What Happened, Clinton’s latest book release,  details her account of the events surrounding her monumental upset in the 2016 Presidential Election. There are some striking differences between the Hillary Clinton presented in the book versus the way she presents herself in […]

Loose Cannons Come in Orange

In one of the most shocking and dramatic turns of the Trump Administration, last week, in an extremely encouraging step toward bipartisanship, President Trump made a surprise deal with Democratic House and Senate Minority Leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer to help raise the debt ceiling.  Further, now it appears they are all working together […]