Pete Buttigieg for President

The Democratic Party is facing one of its largest primaries in recent political history. It was only in 1976 in living memory that the party faced so many candidates with sixteen running for their party's nomination, including the eventual nominee in Georgia Governor Jimmy Carter, who faced opponents such as Alabama Governor George Wallace, Arizona … Continue reading Pete Buttigieg for President

Andrew Cuomo’s Past, Present, and Future

Throughout most of the United States, most politicians are lucky to be elected to an office as high as Senator or Governor, and even rarer to serve not just one term, but two full terms. For most of this past decade Andrew Cuomo has served as New York’s 56th Governor. Serving as Secretary of Housing … Continue reading Andrew Cuomo’s Past, Present, and Future

The Party Left Me

For as long as I can remember, I was always center-right on the political spectrum. My earliest political memory was disliking John Kerry in the 2004 Presidential election and being upset that John McCain lost to Barack Obama in the 2008 Presidential election. Throughout my adolescence I lamented the fact that New York was not … Continue reading The Party Left Me