Anthony Mulligan argues that those who voted for Donald Trump should not be viewed in a negative light.
Hillary Clinton trails Bernie Sanders by 14 points, though she is still voted the most qualified candidate among Democratic voters.
Owen Wiggins argues that Mitt Romney should be running for president for the upcoming 2016 elections.
Nicholas Pappas argues that first world nations are not as left wing as many politicians like to emphasize.
Rocco Giordano gives a conservative reaction to last night’s election results
At the University of Massachusetts, I’ve observed a large degree of diversity; after all, it’s teeming with people. There are people of all races, backgrounds, ambitions and thought processes. One can have an intelligent conversation with a fellow student on almost any topic. But I have noticed that there seems to be a lack of ideological diversity. There are just so many staunch liberals dwarfing right-wing ideologues and centrist factions. I’m not convinced that this is a good thing. When in discussion with general students, I am greeted with the same, similarly constructed arguments. These arguments are not challenged on…
Collegian columnist Dan Stratford breaks down the traditional conservative reaction to revolutionary socio-political entities like the Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street.
Dan Stratford wants you to forget everything you’ve heard: Obama is a conservative.