Over at Time, Zeke Miller delved into the Romney Readiness Project: In the months before the 2012 election, a group of high-powered consultants and political operatives prepared a secret report for candidate Mitt Romney, explaining how he should take over and restructure the federal government should he win the presidency. “The White House staff is similar to a holding company” read ... Read More
Articles By: Frank Mace
Frank Mace '14 is the Online Editor of the Harvard Political Review. A Texan, Frank graduated from St. John’s School in Houston before coming to Harvard, where he lives in Mather House and studies Government.
Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison represented Texas from 1993 to 2013 as a United States Senator. HPR: Democrats are trying to turn Texas blue by 2016 or 2020. How do you think Texas’ political identity will change over the next decade or two? Senator Hutchison: Well I do believe that the demographics of Texas are changing and will continue to change. ... Read More
Over at The Daily Beast, Tricia Romano isn’t happy with Harvard. Here’s the teaser that appears just above her piece, “Harvard’s Disgusting Rape Rapper Outrage”: Despite protests, Tyga will be headlining this year’s Yardfest. Harvard apparently isn’t offended by songs like ‘Bitches Ain’t Shit.’ So much for an Ivy League education, says Tricia Romano. Read the full piece here. Personally, I’m ... Read More
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