Vanderbilt Political Review

Trump makes Cruz look falsely establishment

Lindsay Williams

February 29, 2016

With Super Tuesday coming up, people are bracing for outcomes on both sides that will effectively predict the results of the primary elections. The establishment on the Democratic side appears to be winning out, with Hillary Clinton...

The flaws in the Tamir Rice decision

Lindsay Williams

December 30, 2015

Last year, the nation was shocked and horrified by a video that showed a twelve-year-old African-American boy, Tamir Rice, being shot within two seconds upon arrival by Officer Timothy Loehmann. Most people expected at least an...

Media bias rears its head in Republican debate

Lindsay Williams

October 30, 2015

There are a lot of stories debating the winners and losers on the stage at the Republican debate on Wednesday. While some candidates definitively marked themselves as stronger than the others, the real battle was not happening...

GMO labeling is a debate of public opinion

Lindsay Williams

September 29, 2015

Genetically Modified Organisms are often portrayed by critics as unnatural franken-foods, straight out of a horror movie to slowly kill oblivious consumers. And people are listening – Chipotle announced relatively recently that...

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