Alternative gun control legislation exists that offers real solutions without the influence of anger.
Articles By: Caleb Galoozis
Caleb Theofilos Galoozis is a Staff Writer for the Harvard Political Review, covering domestic and economic policy. He is also the Chair of the Harvard Political Union and serves on the Student Advisory Committee to Harvard's Institute of Politics. Residing in Kirkland House, Caleb is concentrating in economics and pursuing a secondary field in East Asian Studies. He also served as a campaign intern for Senator Scott Brown in the 2012 election cycle. Originally from Bloomington, Indiana, Caleb is a die-hard fan of Indiana University athletics.
Five HPR writers analyze the Manchin-Toomey background check compromise and the broader gun debate in light of the Senate's recent votes.
Bloomberg has behaved more like a king than a mayor.
President Obama and Washington politicians should follow the simple example of Pope Francis I.
An electorate that continues to be partially-informed each and every election year is nothing to shrug our shoulders about.
An unprecedented storm was a deciding factor in last week's presidential election.
In a nation of turkey sandwich delinquents and Coca-Cola felons, at what point can we admit that healthier choices are no longer choices at all?
Social issues and foreign policy are far less important than the economy in this election. Those who think otherwise simply don’t realize how dire our economic and fiscal straits truly are.
Seventeen HPR writers discuss their experiences this summer interning, traveling, politicking, going home, and more.
Not surprisingly, my two-month summer internship at China Universal Asset Management deepened my understanding of Chinese financial markets and the Chinese economy at large. But as I sifted through market analyses and examined the client potential of foreign investors, more poignant questions were often on my mind. Surely this – a market economy driven by some of the fastest economic ... Read More