As part of the President’s Distinguished Lecture series, George W. Bush and Laura Bush discussed life inside and outside the White House.
USC College Republicans were invited to attend an event with former president George W. Bush.
Removing more than half of America’s troops from Afghanistan will allow the government to focus on other matters. Tuesday night, in his State of the Union address, President Barack Obama announced the withdrawal of 34,000 American troops from Afghanistan. Though the decision comes with concerns, drawing down the number of American troops in Afghanistan is […]
During Tuesday’s presidential debate, audience member Barry Green raised a unique question: As we approach the election, what are the biggest misconceptions associated with each candidate? Neither candidate broke any new ground — they used Green’s question as an opportunity to reiterate some of their central campaign points — but the question remains relevant, particularly […]
Robert Gates, the 22nd U.S. secretary of defense, analyzes the nation’s role in foreign relations.
While America’s involvement in the Middle East has never been ideal, Obama’s policies uphold a belief that, eventually, conflict can be minimized and some version of peace can be achieved.
Ideology aside, I can see why many Americans find Rick Santorum relatable. He presents himself as the underdog. He wears a sweater vest. He called himself the candidate you’d bring home to mom. But a close look at his statements should frighten anyone who values education. On Jan. 10, Santorum called President Barack Obama an […]
If you’ve watched but one State of the Union address, you know the formula for every yearly installment of the speech given within recent significant political history. Large issues the President perceives as most pressing – recently, issues like defense and the economy – come first. Issues the President deems less “doable” or significant come […]
Obama’s decision to enforce standardized testing only exacerbates Bush’s wrongs.