Month: January 2014

The Motley Experience Returns to the Radio Waves!

The Motley Experience is back on 88.7 WRSU FM New Brunswick! Check it out every Tuesday from 12pm to 1pm from now until May. For live streaming, visit http://www.wrsu.org and click “Listen Live”! Advertisements

China vs Japan: A Story of Nationalism and Old Rivalries

Anyone following world events will have noticed that there continues to be a growing tension in East Asia. The conflict predominantly stems from the rivalry between China and Japan; a rivalry that has stretched back centuries. Recent headlines concerning the conflict are centered on…

Concussions in the N.F.L.

The National Football League must make stronger football helmets, but they shouldn’t change the game. Ultimately, the doctor must have the final word. If the physician says you can’t play yet, that’s the end of it, regardless what the player and the team think.

James Howell Comments – New Jersey Bridge Scandal

What effects could this have on Governor Chris Christie’s office and rumored run for election in 2016?

U.S. Attorney, Mayor Signal More Cooperation In Fighting Street Violence

Originally posted on CBS Chicago:
(CBS) — Chicago’s new U.S. attorney pledged Thursday to do his share in the war against inner-city crime. Zachary Fardon made himself available for reporters’ questions, hours after Mayor Emanuel and his police superintendent talked about their own crime-fighting…

Is East Asia Stoking the Fire Towards Major Global Conflict?

    Conflict in East Asia, specifically between China and Japan, continues to escalate. A major focus of the conflict seems to be territorial disputes over a small chain of island, called Senkaku in Japanese and Diaoyu in Chinese. Japan bought the the privately held islands…

Memorandum for Proposed Action to Revitalize the US Economy

Problem Statement  The United States economy has shown positive growth since the Great Recession. Despite the positive overall trends, the economy is still sluggish. The fact remains that unemployment is still plaguing middle and lower class demographics and is leading to weaker-than-preferable economic activity…

New Year, More Experience!

Happy New Year everyone! The ME is gearing up for its biggest year yet. Stay tuned for new content on the important events going on in today’s politics and economics. We will be starting off our new year of postings with what could possibly…