The State of the Union has hindered the 112th Congress
Articles By: John Prince
John Prince is a Staff Writer for the Harvard Political Review. While science and medicine may be his main passions, he has always had an interest in American politics and has written articles about elections and party politics issues. Originally from Plymouth, MA, John is now a sophomore who will be concentrating in neurobiology and getting a language citation in Spanish. In addition to his schoolwork, he enjoys keeping busy with Dorm Crew, CHANCE, and Health Policy Society, and in his free time likes to exercise and stay up to date with the news and tech blogs.
So I’m sure that we are all thinking the same thing: What exactly was General McChrystal thinking when he starting saying how he truly felt about the Obama administration? He had to have known that in the end things weren’t going to turn out well for him. But apparently he felt that letting the public know how uncomfortable the president ... Read More
The article I wrote with Peter recently went up, and I had a few thoughts that I wanted to add. I’m from Massachusetts — Plymouth to be exact — so this election was pretty much the only big news for the greater part of our J-term. This was bound to be one of the big new stories, simply due to ... Read More
A lengthy NYT article on the Tea Partiers — which Sam comments on below — does a good job of sheding light on what this movement is all about. The Tea Party is obviously one of the biggest topics in American politics right now. Their recent convention showed that they are here to stay for quite a bit. But how ... Read More