The Daily Utah Chronicle

Dems Should Not Filibuster Gorsuch

Dems Should Not Filibuster Gorsuch

By Nicholas Coleman

March 29, 2017

Following a week that accentuated divisions between lawmakers on the Judiciary Committee, the confrontational struggle over President Trump's Supreme Court nominee brought one particular phrase back into the spotlight—the so-called “nuclear option.” Despite Judge Neil Gorsuch’s calm demeanor...

Women of the Alt-Right

March 9, 2017

Misogynistic, and highly populist and led unofficially led by Richard Spencer, the “alt-right” movement — a faction of people with extremely far-right idealogies —  expanded underneath values that President Donald Trump supported throughout the election. Preaching strict white ethnonationalism,...

Social Media Culture

Social Media Culture

March 8, 2017

There is relatively little that we as human beings are not willing to share with the rest of society. It’s fairly easy to learn anything about someone through their online presence. The expansive dissemination of information has facilitated rapid globalization, outstripping the traditional method of fac...

Intelligence Community Leaks

Intelligence Community Leaks

February 23, 2017

Imagine, Donald Trump has been in office for a single month, and his presidency has already faced numerous crises. Supported by only 14 cabinet-level nominees, with 515 left to be confirmed by the Senate, it’s apparent why his office hasn’t received much praise. Yet, the most significant pro...

Trump Era Lobbying

Trump Era Lobbying

February 15, 2017

President Donald Trump is entirely predictable. Well, within the sense of what he watches. Operating like clockwork, Trump rises early each morning and tunes into MSNBC’s "Morning Joe." Hosted by Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, the three-hour show covers a broad array of political movement...

Conquering the Free Market One Lemonade Stand at a Time

February 8, 2017

Admittedly, much of my childhood wasn’t devoted to achieving anything remarkable. Rather, I spent each summer with friends, wandering along Park City’s vast mountains and trails. I thought relatively little of my lemonade stand or window washing businesses, which did surprisingly good jobs of thickening...

Government Should Fund Defenses Against Ransomware

Government Should Fund Defenses Against Ransomware

February 1, 2017

When Barack Obama ran for president in 2008, he pledged to modernize the health care system, with significant investments to digitize patient records. Following the Great Recession, the Obama administration used the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to administer roughly $35 billion in funding...

Inauguration Day and Women’s March Coverage

Inauguration Day and Women’s March Coverage

January 25, 2017

Inauguration Rarely do I find myself reveling in the opportunity to wake up at 4:00 a.m.. Especially when the weather outside is gloomy and Washington D.C.’s streets are already bustling with thousands of people. January 20, 2017 was an exception. During the last several months, millions of Ameri...

Run Hillary…Run?

Run Hillary…Run?

January 24, 2017

While preparations begun in Washington D.C. for this year’s inauguration, the national spotlight was still shining on Hillary Clinton. Following her stunning loss to now-President Donald Trump, Clinton has seemingly gone off the grid, choosing to stay away from interviews and the public eye. Inde...

Myanmar’s Genocide

January 13, 2017

Although numerous regions around the globe reside in turmoil, few match the violence found in Myanmar — a southeastern Asian nation — which is responsible for persecuting thousands of Muslim Rohingyas. Located throughout the northern Rakhine state, Rohingya citizens are severely impoverished. Despite...

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