2020
Election 2020

The Insider's guide to Election Day 2020 and beyond

Managing Editor Adam Abadi ('22) collaborated on this article. The Insider gives you the information you need to know heading into what is sure to be a complex and uncertain Election Day and the days and weeks that follow.

By

Teddy David

on

November 2, 2020

Politics
Politics

The final debate was the one voters deserved

The final 2020 presidential debate struck a more civil and substantive tone, but it is unlikely the change the state of the race going into its final week.

By

Teddy David

on

October 26, 2020

Politics
Politics

The Insider's analysis of the 2020 vice presidential debate

The second debate of the 2020 election cycle was more sedate than the first presidential matchup, but it will have similarly little impact on the race.

By

Teddy David

on

October 13, 2020

Policy
Policy

Yes, we should keep shaking hands after coronavirus

Editor Teddy David rebuts Dr. Fauci's argument that we should stop shaking hands permanently

By

Teddy David

on

April 15, 2020

Editorial
Editorial

Unsourced 'Disorientation Guide' contains numerous false and misleading claims

Editors Andrew Solender, Teddy David, Yinguang Zhao and Henry Mitchell analyzed every claim in the Disorientation Guide and fact-checked them. What they found was a publication riddled with inaccuracies.

By

Andrew Solender

on

September 24, 2019

Editorial
Editorial

Insider debates: the Israel-Palestine conflict

Five Insider editors penned dueling essays about the Israel-Palestine conflict in the inaugural edition of "Insider Debates"

By

The Editors

on

November 22, 2019

2020
Election 2020

In the wake of Iowa, caucuses should go, but small states must stay

Small states play an important role in vetting presidential candidates and give worthy but unknown and underfunded candidates an opportunity to compete against major establishment players. That's a system we should keep.

By

Teddy David

on

February 19, 2020

Politics
Politics

Conservatives are compassionate – and they need to own it

Managing Editor Teddy David argues that conservatism gets a bad rap from liberals when it comes to compassion.

By

Teddy David

on

November 21, 2019

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