Mercer May is a J.D. Candidate at the University of Richmond and has worked in numerous public policy and legislative rolls - including the Virginia House of Delegates, the Senate of Virginia, and the Office of the Attorney General of Virginia. He holds a B.A. in Political Science, a B.A. in Religious Studies, and a minor in Economics from Virginia Commonwealth University. He has also a regular contributor for 'The Hill'.
The Trump administration and the states of the Union need to come to a collective decision on how America should progress into the 21st century in regards to our higher education system, for if we don’t, we are sure to face a calamity as the bubble bursts.
A nationwide effort to provide stock options for all employees, not just managers and shareholders, will create a more equitable workplace where everyone feels a responsibility for the business as a whole.
Identity politics will be the causal demise of the great American experiment. Throughout history, leaders of countries have menacingly, and expertly, wielded the power of identity politics to pit two sects of the community against one another.