A Path Towards Medicare for All

A Path Towards Medicare for All

Universal Health Care: A Once Bipartisan Initiative President Theodore Roosevelt once said of universal health care in the United States: “The health and vitality of our people are at least as well worth conserving as their forests, waters, lands, and minerals, and in...

SOTU: Generation Z’s Take

SOTU: Generation Z’s Take

The State of the Union has been a time-honored tradition since George Washington first gave this address to Congress in 1790. While Article II Section 3 of the Constitution mandates that the President inform Congress about the current state of America – be that...

The Next Step in the Fight for Diversity in Media

The Next Step in the Fight for Diversity in Media

Three years ago, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences revealed their nominees for the Oscars that year, which included twenty nominees in four different acting categories. Immediately after the nominees were announced, the Academy faced criticism on Twitter...

(Re)Defining Populism

(Re)Defining Populism

I was seven years old on what seemed like a typical school day when I saw a big television screen in my first-grade classroom broadcasting CNN. I didn’t realize it then, but my first-grade teacher’s decision to let us watch the TV screen the entire school day was her...

Olavo de Carvalho: The Danger of Ignoring Ideas

Olavo de Carvalho: The Danger of Ignoring Ideas

Auto-da-Fé was written in the early 1930s by Elias Canetti, who later went on to win the Nobel Prize in Literature. Its protagonist, Dr. Peter Kien, is a sinologist of World fame (or at least we are told so) who has the largest private library in Vienna and lives a...

A Letter From Our Founder

  I’m excited to share with you that Next Generation Politics (NGP) is preparing for what we hope will be our strongest year yet! For our first two years, NGP has been entirely youth-led. For a bunch of high schoolers with empty wallets and big mouths, we’ve...