Politics

Cast Down but not Destroyed: Reflecting on a Broken Europe

Europe as we know it has changed forever - or so it seems. Just over a week ago, the people of the United Kingdom voted...

Candidate Chaos: Part 1

  We're excited to release our very first Integras podcast, recorded by co-founders Ciera Horton and Nathan Heath live from downtown, Washington, D.C. last week!

Why Does Brexit Matter? 5 Things to Keep in Mind

By now you probably have heard about the historic general referendum vote in Britain, popularly known as Brexit. In a narrow and bitterly divisive...

The Mirage of Trump’s Toughness on Terrorism

“Please make us safe. We cannot have Hillary as president. We will be in so much trouble.” So said one Twitter user to Donald Trump...

Obamacare vs. Nuns: Religious Liberty and Mandated Contraception

It’s not often that the Supreme Court is unanimous. And it’s not often that they defer to a lower court. But just last week,...

Branching Off: Why The Executive Isn’t Everything

When was the last time you turned on your TV and heard news about something other than the 2016 presidential election? Furthermore, when was...

Slouching Towards Surrender: Can America Avoid Authoritarianism?

"Religion is the opiate of the people," said Karl Marx. As far removed as our millennial generation is from the scourge of expansionist Communism,...

Captain America Politics: Privacy vs. National Security

There’s a little movie called Captain America: Civil War coming out soon. In Marvel’s latest action-packed film, IronMan and Captain America battle over a...

Three Things Conservatives Can Learn from Liberal Economics 

I’ve heard a lot of people in my lifetime criticize the economic theory of liberals. Often times people perceive that conservatism is the ideology...

Why Freedom Matters: Reflections on Age-old Truth in a Volatile Era

Back in December, when the countdown to the primaries was just beginning, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said he wouldn’t rule out the possibility...