Week of April 24th


With Donald Trump's executive order "Buy American, Hire American" signed last week, what is the future of the guest worker visa program, and how will that affect the U.S. economy? 

As SCOTUS hears arguments in Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia v. Comer, how does Gorsuch's first week hearing a separation of Church and State case speak to the concerns of progressives in the United States? 

Does the outcome of the special election in the 6th Congressional district of Georgia portend doom for Trump in the 2018 midterms?

Are democrats justified in refusing to work on tax reform until President Trump releases his tax returns and outlines his business interests?

Did the change to North Carolina's House Bill 2 go far enough in protecting the rights of transgender Americans?


Will the snap elections Prime Minister May is calling for in June help her quest towards Brexit or hinder it? 

In light of North Korea's recent provocations, is China's relationship with them being strained to the breaking point?

Should the international community accept the outcome of Turkey's referendum on increasing presidential powers?

Does the fact that Ivanka Trump had multiple trademarks approved in China the day she met with President Xi constitute reason for concern?

This week's Triad

How should the Central Republic of Africa, Niger, and South Sudan be working together to help combat the education epidemic that is effecting over 25 million children world wide?