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Tax policy numbers don’t lie Though both candidates have claimed roles as champions of the middle class in the recent presidential debates, I thought we better look at the facts hidden in both parties’ tax policy plans. The Democratic plan extends all the current income tax rates except for the top individual rate. In other […]
The event held Tuesday discussed the political ramifications of current campaigns, such as the “binders full of women” comment.
Though Monday’s debate was the last of the election, it still left many topics undiscussed.
Check out what students and others had to say about the third and final presidential debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney on Monday night. Link
The New York Times Feminist Reading Group met Monday to discuss how women appear in one of the nation’s top newspapers.
The third and final presidential debate elicited combative responses Monday from candidates.
5:51 The Daily Trojan’s Editorial Director, Elena Kadvany, and opinion columnist Sarah Cueva will be live blogging the third presidential debate from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Elena will take a more liberal perspective, and Sarah a conservative one. Check the DT website and Twitter (@dailytrojan) for live updates! 6:08 SC: Moderator Bob Schaiffer starts off […]
Following two presidential debates, Governor Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama have been scrutinized not only for what they have said, but how they have said it. This does not refer merely to tone or volume; American viewers also take cues from a candidate’s facial expressions, movement and posture. Body language is not without significance […]
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 […]
“Mr. President, Governor Romney, as a 20-year-old college student, all I hear from professors, neighbors and others is that when I graduate, I will have little chance to get employment. Can — what can you say to reassure me, but more importantly my parents, that I will be able to sufficiently support myself after I […]