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Students deemed least likely to vote

Nancy Rebolledo October 1, 2015

Politicians try their hand at social media to connect to college-aged voters.“Register to Vote” is a slogan quickly appearing on several platforms. College-aged students, those between the ages of...

Republicans looking to stamp out food stamps

Jaime Carrillo November 12, 2013

Congress’s recent cut to food stamps is deplorable in a Dickensian sort of way.The act reminded me of the famous line uttered by Scrooge in “A Christmas Carol.” Ebenezer Scrooge’s callous response...

Line voters hurt elections

Samantha Gallegos September 18, 2012

Politics have become so polarized in recent years that voters may feel the need to only go along with their party on issues, but this isn’t always what they truly believe in. The level of partisanship...

Media bias misinforms

Samantha Gallegos September 11, 2012

There is a reason why younger generations, which are so largely impacted by the decisions made by possible future presidential figures, are unlikely to tune into the party conventions. Political conventions...

GOP choices offer US little improvement

Texas Gov. Rick Perry, left, and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt
Romney, right, shake hands at a debate. They are the two
front-runners for the Republican Party.
 
Artie Valenzuela October 11, 2011

President Barack Obama is now sleeping with one eye open and a little notebook for ideas on his nightstand. America's economy has gone from bad to worse over the years and the election is a little more...

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