Andrew Soluk: Co-Editor in Chief
Andrew Soluk is Co-Founder and Co-Editor in Chief of New Polity. Politics have interested him since middle school, and he is now a member of Cornell University’s class of 2015, studying Industrial and Labor Relations (ILR). Soluk’s articles cover the progressive/liberal perspective of political issues today, focusing on returning democracy to the people.
Andrew is also CEO of TeenCollegeEducation and in charge of Web Design for both sites.
Tom Fletcher: Author
Tom is currently an undergraduate at Ole Miss and resident of Oxford, Mississippi. A student of history and follower of politics at an early age, his dream is to eventually become Consul General to Bermuda. After graduation his plans are unknown but he hopes to continue to comment on the dysfunctional nature of politics as long as the good folks at New Polity will have him.
Nathan Grau: Author
Nathan Grau is one of our first authors for New Polity. He is a big government loving, tax levying liberal. When he is not anti-war protesting, then Nate can be found in school or at home. He is a member of NYU’s class of 2015, studying politics.
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Brendan Leonard: Author
Sebastian Wells: Author
Sebastian Wells is a high school student, policy debater, speech contest participator, and is very interested in politics. He wants to attend the University of Michigan for undergraduate school and hopes to become a lawyer. Sebastian is a liberal who occasionally enjoys writing from the perspective of someone with views that oppose his own to be able to obtain the ‘full story.’ You might see some of his articles in the Libertarian section from time to time.
Andrew Murcia: Contributing Editor
Andrew Murcia works in a variety of capacities to develop and improve New Polity, as well as occasionally conducting interviews. Andrew is also a member of the class of 2014 at USC, studying political science and history.
Armin Mahramzadeh and Morgan Spadoni: Videographers
Armin and Morgan are responsible for filming, editing, and directing the official New Polity advertisement on our home page.
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J.E. Harding: Occasional Contributor
J.E. Harding is the pseudonym of a young conservative. He is recognized by his peers as a leader and tireless advocate for conservative principles. Harding’s analyses of the day’s most important issues are informed by his dedication to the timeless values of freedom and self-reliance.
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