The responses to the storming of Capitol Hill and other protests show the inconsistency of American politicians. To fix this problem, American voters and politicians should adopt the methodology of transpositional thinking.
Images Courtesy of Michael Merson They tell people’s stories. They share the struggles of immigration, racial justice, peace and nonviolence, climate change, poverty and women and girls. They walk out their faith. They act to influence the governing body of the country in the heart of Washington D.C. Sojourners provides a place where people can […]
Lawmakers on Capitol Hill seem to be banding together in hopes of pushing the tax bill through. Lately, the House and Senate have been successful in passing their own versions. However, there is some disagreement between the two. Students should be aware of the implications the bill has on the markets, the specifics of the […]
Graphic by Nate Barton Capitol Hill has been buzzing the past couple weeks with bipartisan efforts to move forward with health care. Senator Lamar Alexander’s (R-TN) new plan to replace the Affordable Care Act has “gotten a boost from the CBO,” according to Jennifer Rubin’s article, “On health care, Sen. Lamar Alexander got what no […]
Art by Peau Porotesano President Donald Trump is starting to flex his business muscles in the White House. In the past couple weeks, recent reports out of Washington have revealed that he has bypassed his fellow Republicans in hopes of advancing his stalled agenda. In an unanticipated move, Trump has “handed a loaded gun to […]