Trump’s National Emergency: A Test for the Courts

By: Rexhinaldo Nazarko PROLOGUE: 27 BC, Rome. Octavian Augustus is delegated the power of the Principes, the highest and most authoritative office in the Roman state. His coronation definitively marked the end of the Roman republic, setting a tradition of autocracy which carried on until the collapse of the ancient superpower. But while Augustus dealt… Read More Trump’s National Emergency: A Test for the Courts

The Supreme “Crisis”

By Mustafa Rasheed The 2016 election was perhaps the most divisive and bitter election ever witnessed by the American public. The race changed the dynamics of American elections dramatically from what was previously somewhat policy and experience based, to candidate star-power, populism, and feelings. The emotionally charged election began with relatively normal standards and grievances… Read More The Supreme “Crisis”