New York’s Affordable Housing Crisis and How to Fix It

    New York has a housing crisis. I don’t think anyone would dispute that assertion. Unlike many other so-called ‘crises,’ New York legitimately has an affordability problem. According to one study, the typical NYC household spends as much as ⅔ of …
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    The Left Wing Case for Cutting Corporate Taxes

    Cutting corporate taxes is often portrayed as a right-wing policy. Many on the left claim that a reduction in corporate taxation, currently sitting at 35% here in the United States, is merely a handout for the wealthy, giant companies, and …
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    The Inspirational Story of My Grandfather

    Throughout my grandfather’s life, he has traveled long and far helping people. Early in his life, he worked as a field artillery officer with the US Military during the Vietnam War. After coming home from Germany, he went to seminary …
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    The Future of the Democratic Party is Not Bernie Sanders, It is Emmanuel Macron

    The Democratic party is currently experiencing a battle over its identity. As I’ve touched on in the past, the American political system is in a state of flux, realigning from old issues that have divided the United States for the …
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    How to Conduct an Interview

    Recently, I interviewed renowned Professor Todd Gitlin, at Columbia University, on his involvement in the anti-war movement against the Vietnam War. He was key in organizing over 25,000 college students to attend the March on Washington on April 17, 1965. …
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    De Blasio’s Fanciful Ferries and Ludicrous Light Rail

    When our mayor, Bill de Blasio, came into office, he promised a wave of new transit investment as part of his populist “Tale of Two Cities” campaign. Transit advocates drooled with delight as he vowed to construct long-stalled projects such …
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