Muhib Muhib (muhib-muhib)email@example.com
Muhib Muhib (‘25) is an Opinions and Humor writer, and is a member of the Stuyvesant Copy Department. He enjoys exploring current events, politics, transit, urbanism, economics, and aviation. In his free time, he loves researching these topics, railfanning, and entangling himself in the world of politics.
The Labour Party of the United Kingdom is embracing triangulation in the midst of a deeply unpopular Conservative government to maximize short-term gains, which is something the Democratic Party of the United States should not replicate if it seeks to win in the long-term.
The Republican Party has increasingly catered to its reliable anti-abortion voters in attempting to overturn Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, and has ignored the firmly pro-choice electorate that will be instrumental in their defeat.