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Feminism and Donald Trump

Feminism and Donald Trump

September 8, 2015

Ed Markey for US Senate

By Zac Bears

April 3, 2013

I know. It is April 2013, only three months after the second inauguration of President Obama, so why are we talking about politics? Well, the first and most important lesson of politics is that it never ends, and in the great Commonwealth of Massachusetts, we have had a pa...

What’s next for the Republican Party?

By Zac Bears

February 13, 2013

November 2012 was a month of reckoning for the Republican Party. It lost the presidential election by 126 electoral votes and 5 million ballots cast (or 3.9 percent of the vote), according to the Huffington Post. Republicans lost more ground in th...

No Labels: The future of nonpartisan politics

By Stefan Herlitz

February 11, 2013

Despite a constant increase in partisanship in politics, both parties’ national membership is shrinking. Data shows that year by year, more and more voters either renounce their political affiliation or, for new voters, simply ...

Being a conservative in today’s age

By Rocco Giordano

November 7, 2012

Election Day has come and gone. Take a moment to let that sink in. What has seemingly been the longest and most negative election season in America’s history is finally over. Yet when I walked the streets of Boston early Tuesday morning on ...

Religion, abortion and vice presidential politics

By Jillian Correira

October 18, 2012

On Oct. 11, the vice presidential debate was held at Centre College in Danville, Ky., between Democratic incumbent Joe Biden and Republican hopeful Paul Ryan. The two went head to head on foreign and domestic policy issues, and when t...

Big Bird’s big issue

By Christopher McKnight

October 15, 2012

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. He went on to say that he liked Big Bird but that we need to end spending somewhere to turn our economy aroun...