Lucas Swisher asks Republicans to compromise with the President.
Articles By: Lucas Swisher
Lucas Swisher is a Staff Writer for the Harvard Political Review. As a strong defender of civil liberties and general policy wonk, he writes for The Harvard Republican Oasis, The Harvard Crimson, and The Harvard Political Review about freedom and liberty. He draws roots from the West Coast and the Heartland. Originally from California, he now calls Oklahoma his home. As a first-year student at Harvard College, he studies government and economics. Other than politics, he leads a not-so-single-minded life playing tennis and cello, giving tours of Harvard University, and advertising and marketing for The Crimson. He speaks English and Spanish, and enjoys the occasional MMORPG.
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For me, President Obama’s third State of the Union addressed all that I hoped it would. President Obama delivered an eloquent and carefully worded political speech. As expected, the President focused largely, and rightly, on jobs, clinging largely to unifying rhetoric as opposed to digging into the messy details of policy. Last night, President Obama addressed civility in politics, the ... Read More
From the beginning of our Union until present day, each President has given the heavily publicized and often polarizing State of the Union address. Each President’s address reflects the issues of the time: the agenda for the year to come, the passion of the President, and often-fiery political rhetoric. This year marks President Obama’s third State of the Union address. ... Read More