7 months ago The Claremont Radius 0
INTRODUCTION We’re excited to welcome you to the first edition of the Claremont Radius! In this brand-new student publication, we’ll share and unpack political ideals at every angle. We are your one-stop-shop for reliable, compelling, multifaceted, and argumentative political writing. The CR is a student-founded, student-run, and student-intended publication that aims to spark political discourse across campus by providing students of Read More

Guaranteed Annual Income

6 days ago The Claremont Radius 0
While the notion of a Guaranteed Annual Income (GAI) has not entered the national conversation in this bizarre election year, this ambitious policy proposal has lately gained an increasing number of proponents amongst intellectuals of the left and right. Yuval Levin, editor of the conservative policy journal National Affairs, recently called GAI the left’s “most Read More


1 month ago Jack Huang 0
As the race between Sanders and Clinton began to heat up in the 2016 Democratic nominee race, the party’s superdelegates was a highly contested issue. In the DNC, superdelegates include party officials and elected Democrats, totaling nearly 15% of all delegates . These delegates have the ability to vote for any nominee and are not Read More

Donald Trump

7 months ago The Claremont Radius 1
No single event or figure has been as disruptive in the 2016 presidential election as the brash real estate mogul and former reality TV star Donald J. Trump. He has occupied the top of national polling and news headlines since shortly after announcing his bid for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, and has earned labels Read More

John Kasich

7 months ago The Claremont Radius 0
Ohio governor and former congressman John Kasich has not led national polls or won any state primary or caucus other than his own constituency, but he has nonetheless been a notable factor in the race for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination. Often considered the last moderate Republican candidate left in the race, Kasich’s optimistic and Read More

Bernie Sanders

7 months ago The Claremont Radius 0
Much as Donald Trump has upended the Republican presidential nomination contest, Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont has upended the Democratic race. What was supposed to be a smooth path to the nomination for former Secretary of State and First Lady Hillary Clinton has turned into a tight race between Clinton and Sanders . This is Read More

Hillary Clinton

7 months ago The Claremont Radius 0
Hillary Clinton has held many esteemed titles such as lawyer, professor, First Lady of the United States, New York State Senator, Secretary of State, and now Democratic Presidential Candidate for the 2016 election. Clinton’s mother realized she had to become independent early on to succeed, and she — as well as Martin Luther King, Jr. Read More

Ted Cruz

7 months ago The Claremont Radius 0
The son of a Cuban immigrant who knew the hardship of living without freedom, Republican Ted Cruz has worked to protect liberty and constitutional rights in the United States. Before his time in the Senate, Cruz worked for individual rights in landmark cases, such as Medellin v. Texas, where he defended United States sovereignty against Read More

Accommodating Marginalized Students

9 months ago The Claremont Radius 0
As Americans have become more accepting of other cultures and lifestyles, more of our attention has become focused on further improving our social system to accommodate people of marginalized identities and moving toward not only tolerance, but acceptance, of groups that have already made large efforts toward achieving social equality. Considering the history of American Read More