Hayes was the director of speechwriting for the Mitt Romney’s 2012 presidential campaign.
A careful consideration of all possible outcomes in the election to analyze the future of the GOP.
Edridge D’Souza believes that Hillary Clinton’s ad “Mirrors” demonstrates the Democratic nominee’s campaign style.
Bridget Higgins describes Kasich’s possible, but unlikely path to the GOP nomination.
Hillary Clinton was declared the Commonwealth’s winner shortly after 11:30 p.m. Tuesday night, while Trump cruised to an easy win.
John Kasich demonstrates a moderate, pragmatic approach to governance in a time where the GOP is engaged in a political bloodbath.
Nicholas Pappas analyzes the nation’s debt over the years and discusses why government spending is an issue that the GOP will be tackling in Congress.
Support for new small businesses will encourage innovation and fight inequality, and help Democrats win in 2016, writes Zac Bears.
Julian del Prado investigates the state of the Grand Old Party.
Jillian Correira explains why the latest GOP “solution” to poverty is flawed.
Zac Bears explains why Republican state governments continue to sabotage the Affordable Care Act by not passing the optional Medicaid expansion, leaving millions without insurance.
The public dislikes the idea of a minority party forcing concessions on the budget, health care or any issue by holding the full faith and credit of the federal government hostage.
Due to the shutdown and debt ceiling, Zac Bears argues that the game is over for the GOP and broad disapproval is on the horizon.
Rocco Giordano muses on the future of the Republican Party and makes a short plug for Karl Rove’s upcoming visit to UMass.
Zac Bears uses polling numbers to show that the GOP is in dire straits.
In the first presidential debate, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney said that he would stop subsidizing unnecessary companies that don’t need it, such as PBS.
Effective policies from both parties must focus on making the economy grow quickly and fairly, not redistributing fixed wealth.
Columnist Emily Merlino suggests it is wrong to say a woman cannot be both feminist and a Republican.
Collegian columnist Hannah Sparks takes a look at religion’s place in the presidential campaign.