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In short, you see people who are so busy trying to save the world that they forget to take care of it.
To maintain an interest in politics while living outside it is to be a rather self-controlled junkie. And to remain a conservative after four years at Harvard is to be a very stubborn thing.
I consider Mr. Ryan a model because he is serious. He does not simply oppose President Barack Obama’s agenda; he offers a better one in its place.
We study other cultures because we know the West is inadequate.
The problem, therefore, is that the market for higher education is rigged. Schools block cheaper competitors from entering, and government encourages prices to rise.
Zoning laws reveal an unpleasant truth: Government by the people is government by the vocal. The
To recognize ROTC would not be to violate the University’s policy against discrimination.
President Obama should drop his plans for health care and focus on the economy, which remains Americans’ main concern.
You can buzz without a beerfest.
Harvardians have their privilege and hate it too—or at least many of them try.
It is unnerving to think that each time you meet someone, he is placing your name in a mental Rolodex.
On Halloween, if you donned a headdress and dubbed yourself Squanto, you may have committed racism.
James Madison defined tyranny as the “accumulation of all powers, legislative, executive, and judiciary, in the same hands.”