Assessing the consequences of Senator Rand Paul's filibuster
Articles By: Naji Filali
Naji Filali '14 is the Business Manager for the Harvard Political Review. He is currently a lead writer for HPR's first-ever Libertarian-inspired column, The Libertarian Perspective. A strict constructionist of the Constitution, Naji brings a regular dosage of oft-ignored perspective on United States domestic policy matters ranging from education to immigration to the national debt. He looks to make the ideas of Ron Paul and F. A. Hayek more digestible for a modern audience, and to encourage meaningful debate focused on issues, not party labels. Aside from his infatuation with such Libertarian superstars, Naji is a fanatic of his hometown New York Yankees and revels in the invectives afforded him by the Boston faithful. At Harvard College, he is a junior in Kirkland House studying Government. Feel free to email Naji with questions or comments at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Naji Filali dissects Harvard's response to 2012's cheating scandal and discusses the future of the student academic integrity.
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Who is most directly to blame for the presently unsustainable, and pitiful, state of our nation's infrastructure?
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Stoking fears of American decline, China's space technology catch-up is beginning to force US policymakers off the sidelines.
The current voting system has serious flaws. Here's an alternative.
A Kirkland House email sparks debate over racial offensiveness, and about productive discourse on race on campus.
The HPR interviews the former New Jersey Superior Court Judge and current political and legal analyst for Fox News Channel.
The need for an official response from Paul to the recent racism allegations.
The former New Mexico governor and 2012 GOP presidential candidate on foreign policy
What the Super Committee should have done.
President Obama has been way more interventionist than Candidate Obama said he would be.