Jack Samet is a high school senior from Los Angeles, California. He is a Public Health Policy Lead but also writes op-ed articles about American politics from a moderate lens. According to the Pew Research Center’s Political Typology Quiz, he is a “Stressed Sideliner.” He enjoys creative writing, watching classic films, and competing with his school’s speech and debate team.
The Conservative Case for Upholding Roe v. Wade
Roe v. Wade egregiously misinterpreted constitutional provisions, disrespected constitutional principles, and caused irreparable damage to the Supreme Court as an institution. But in the aftermath of Dobbs v. Jackson, which overturned Roe, it has become clear that Roe should not have been overturned. This has to do with both how the Supreme Court should consider precedent in its decisions and even analyze the social impacts of its previous decisions when considering cases that directly challenge long-standing legal precedent
America’s New Voting Restrictions, From the Lens of an Ardent Tenth Amendment Defender
Why Every Teenager Should Be Concerned About Mahanoy Area School District v. B.L.
Why Gavin Newsom's Recall Election is a Very Bad (and Possibly Destructive) Idea
The Case for Originalism and the Problem With the “Living Constitution” Theory
How Democrats Can Keep Winning Presidential Elections
Urgent Yet Overlooked: The Monkeypox Virus
Complex and Controversial: An Overview of American Abortion Policy
Women's Health in America
Vaccine Rollout in the United States
The Vicious Cycle of Poverty and Healthcare
The Opioid Crisis: An Unprecedented Epidemic
The History and Progression of Birth Control
Racial Inequities in American Healthcare
Omicron: The Unprecedented Surge
Mental Health in the United States
Genetic Engineering: An Ethical Dilemma
Global Healthcare Systems
Climate Change: Where are we now?
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