Becky Wandel analyzes President Trump’s false rhetoric on the issue of health care and urges people to be more wary of his statements.
Many countries have been running on debt for hundreds of years.
This tedious third person shooter doubles as an insidious endorsement of totalitarianism.
Bridget Higgins discusses why all of the attention Trump receives from the media—even those who oppose him—ultimately helps him.
A Trump presidency could be disastrous for the U.S.’s future.
Owen Wiggins argues that Mitt Romney should be running for president for the upcoming 2016 elections.
Francis Schulze discusses the role of partisan media in fracturing American politics.
The frontrunner for the Republican nomination and the insurgent Democrat have surprisingly similar audiences.
Collegian blogger Eleanor Harte watched this Tuesday’s election results at a viewing party sponsored by our Political Science department.
Rocco Giordano gives a conservative reaction to last night’s election results
Collegian cartoonist Dan Nott draws up Romney’s “binders full of policies.”
On the ever of election day, Mike Tudoreanu makes one last attempt to sway voters who are teetering on the brink of indecision.
Terranova Tasker gives a face to the 15% of the electorate that affiliates with neither major party.
Kevin Mann shares his experience as American abroad during the 2012 Presidential election.
Columnist Merav Kaufman discusses the impression given from the behavior of both candidates in the last presidential debate.
Though Governor Romney was impressive in several of the presidential debates, his campaign contains flaws in social and economic policy.
Columnist Brian Doherty analyzes Mitt Romney’s position on women’s rights based on a memorable quote from the second presidential debate.
Collegian blogger Ali Strand questions if uninformed citizens should exercise the right to vote.
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.
Billy Rainsford explores President Barack Obama and presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s views on the future of federal aid for higher education, as stated during the recent presidential debate.