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Encouraging Findings from the 2018 Holocaust Knowledge and Awareness Study

Last week, we observed Yom HaShoah, or Holocaust Remembrance Day, to commemorate the approximatively six million Jews who lost their lives in The Holocaust.
As time passes and The Holocaust becomes a more distant point in history, it is vital… Continue reading

After Parkland Tragedy, Legislators Must Adopt Proven Gun Violence Prevention Policies

The recent events in Parkland, Florida can be described in many ways—tragic, devastating, disturbing, inexplicable—but also, preventable.
Based on the accounts that have emerged since the shooting, it is clear that the shooter, Nikolas Cruz, should have never had access… Continue reading

Now is the Time to Finally Get Rid of IPAB

Despite the recent display of bipartisanship between the Trump administration and Congressional Democratic leaders in regard to a new debt ceiling agreement, health care remains one of the most divisive issues on Capitol Hill.
After multiple failed attempts to repeal… Continue reading