Experts analyzed the impact the president will have on people in middle America.
Panelists discussed the impact of a minimum wage increase on the economy.
The audience listened to the speech and a panel talk in the Annenberg East lobby.
When 26-year-old computer programmer and political activist Aaron Swartz committed suicide last Friday, news of his death spread across the Internet with the same speed as the viral videos and the applications he had helped to produce. At the time of his death, he faced unnecessarily harsh felony charges entailing a possible 35-year sentence and […]
With the election fast approaching, students are preparing to cast their votes. The Daily Trojan spoke to a number of students to see what issues in the election are the most important to them when they cast their ballots.
In this year’s presidential campaign, President Barack Obama and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney have embraced familiar scapegoats for America’s stagnated economic growth — Obama singled out big oil subsidies in last week’s debate and in August, Romney promised to eliminate all government funding of Amtrak. Both are examples of popular partisan talking points that […]
The presidential debate Wednesday night highlighted just how fundamentally the two presidential candidates differ on how to relieve the nation’s debt crisis.
During the 2008 presidential election, thousands of college students campaigned for then-Sen. Barack Obama and showed their support at the polls in record numbers. Obama won more than 66 percent of the youth vote — the largest disparity between youth voters and other age groups since exit polling began in 1972. In 2008, Obama was […]
The Millennial generation tends to vote Democrat, but voting along party lines is not why college students should vote to re-elect President Barack Obama this November.
Obama’s attempts to bolster the economy are misguided. Instead of spending and taxing, he should focus on reducing the deficit.