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Authors Articles by Mark Michel, '22

Mark Michel, '22

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   The end of the midterms kept the Senate in Republican control, put the House in the opposing party's control, the Kavanaugh hearings gave the Supreme Court a conservative majority, and now Republicans are focused on keeping their control over the Executive branch. While the Republican primary may not have nearly as many contenders as the Democratic there are still some...
Democratic Presidential Candidates The midterms are over, a new Congress has been elected with a Democratic majority in the House and a Republican majority in the Senate and all this happened close to the Kavanaugh confirmations which left a conservative majority in the Supreme Court. This leaves two-thirds of the government in the hands of the Republican party and while...
Russia If you look at a map of Europe you will probably see a monstrous country that looks like it would cast a shadow on every city West of it. This is Russia.  Russia is the largest country in the world and one of the most influential in history, and for the longest time, this nation controlled what is now...
Walking into Hughes Hall, you see a great white banner at the center with the Jesuit Dallas logo. Behind a table with 8 chairs, 8 Jesuit athletes, and 8 bright futures. On Wednesday, November 14th, eight Senior student athletes officially declared that they are going to continue their athletic careers in college. Baseball Signees Three of the eight signees are baseball players:...
Ted Cruz: Your Senator, A Murderer!? It’s an early morning, snow blanketing the ground outside of the Calgary hospital. A seemingly innocent child is brought into this world, but could this child be the infamous murderer who terrorized Northern California in the late 60s and early 70s? Let’s decide. The Facts Ted Cruz, born Rafael Edward Cruz, is an American-Canadian politician representing...
Walking through the magnificent hallways of a 225-year-old building. Every footstep, every word uttered, every sound made echoes through the corridors. In this place, 327.5 million people’s lives are debated upon every day and every decision is decided by 535 people.  This is the United States Capitol building, home of Congress. Every two years, all 435 House Representatives, ⅓...

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