By: Kyle Tooley ~Sports Editor~ Let me start by saying that I am not a Donald Trump supporter. I voted for John Kasich in the primary and will probably vote for Gary Johnson in November, just because this entire election is so messed up. But this isn’t really about politics and what side of the aisle someone stands on. Today’s society has put such a premium on categorizing people into certain groups, political or not, that a conversation about key issues can be overlooked. Like the fact that Hillary Clinton is no more fit to be our president than Donald … Continue reading Why Hillary Clinton shouldn’t be allowed to run for president
By: Regina Wright ~Campus News Editor~ With only five days left and no clear lead in the polls, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have begun preparation for the first presidential debate on Sept. 26, each with a different strategy. The debate will air from 9 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time) at Hofstra University in New York and moderated by Lester Holt, NBC “Nightly News” anchor. Clinton’s aides and advisers have been helping her study Trump’s policy positions, personality and rebuttal style by giving her briefing books and performing mock debates. “I do not know which Donald Trump will show … Continue reading Clinton and Trump prepare for battle
By: James Neyer ~Staff Writer~ With only 14 days until Super Tuesday, the presidential candidate campaigns are doing all they can to raise interest and awareness for their respective causes. These campaigns are holding rallies, crafting speeches and creating advertisements on social media and television. As campaigns do whatever they can to maintain support, some citizens have started to help their desired candidate in a multitude of ways. One such group in Ohio called #Movement4Bernie will show its support by hosting a march in Cincinnati titled #March4Bernie. This group decided to show its support for Democratic candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders … Continue reading FEEL THE BERN
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