I am not an Independent. On the vast majority of issues, I find myself squarely to the left of center on the political spectrum. I registered to vote as a nonpartisan. I did this because being nonpartisan does not make one independent on issues of policy — it makes one independent on issues of politics. […]
Most of us students were only in the formative pre-adolescent years of our childhood when Al-Qaeda terrorists carried out their horrendous attacks on our nation, but we all remember that day. The phrase “9/11: We Will Never Forget” is permanently etched into many of our memories, guaranteeing we will, in fact, never forget. After the […]
Congress must work together in the coming year to keep the country’s economy afloat.
The gridlock that is expected from a Congress threatens to make decisive action impossible.
The President said voter frustration with economy is his responsibility.
With the onslaught of visitors, rampant confusion among organizers and the partisan tilt to the proceedings, it was a bittersweet day for the brave students who made it to Alumni Park to hear President Barack Obama tell us to Fight On.
Imbalance in power between branches of government at fault for inefficient policymaking.