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You don't know what you've got…

December 2, 2014 0

Maria Rovito Managing Editor Scrolling through my Facebook feed over the break, I came across many posts describing in detail several people’s opinions about the state of politics here in America. Most of them were

A president and his inaction

September 25, 2013 0

Brandy Andrew Staff Writer Supposedly, the pen is mightier than the sword. However, in President Obama’s case, the mighty pen and his even mightier voice seem to be all fanfare and no muscle. I would

Obama and Romney engage in final showdown

October 24, 2012 0

Zachary Staab National and World News Editor The third and final debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney occurred on October 22 in Boca Raton, Florida at Lynn University. Bob  Schieffer, Chief Washington Correspondent, was

Obama’s UN appeal

October 3, 2012 0

Aaron Sanders Staff Writer Last weekend, President Obama addressed the U.N at the final United Nations General Assembly of his term. Invariably, these events become forums for discourse about democratic ideals as world leaders share

This mama loves President Obama

September 26, 2012 0

Sam Dutton Opinion Editor With the election in full swing, I’ve rehung the Obama for president signs, and rescued the “Obama Mama” t-shirt from the depths of my closet. I’ve listened to debates, watched interviews,

Rebuttal: Affirmative Action, Part 2

April 4, 2010 2

Another “popular” idea that shows just how much people want to forget our country’s history and tendency toward highlighting the physical, mental, racial or gender differences, or using those differences to establish and maintain a social hierarchy, is the product of the “Barack Obama Effect,” which has lead a surprising number of American whites to believe that hundreds of years of social injustice and racial prejudice are somehow corrected now that we have a black president. I’m going to spell this out for you.

Health Care Reform offers rewards

March 31, 2010 7

Theodore Roosevelt first proposed it in 1912. John Dingell
introduced legislation for it at the start of every session of Congress. Ted Kennedy called it “the cause of my life.” The current session of Congress has been debating it for a year. Earlier this week, the 111th session of the House of Representatives voted to pass the Affordable Health Care for America Act, finally making the dream of health care reform a reality.

The quest for bipartisanship

February 16, 2010 1

One great idea comes from the consistent failure of bad ideas. This is something that individuals in Washington need to understand and from this understanding flourish into a consistent model for success. This all starts with President Obama.

Van Jones, hopefully not the last Czar to go

September 9, 2009 5

It is no secret that I am not the biggest President Barack Obama supporter.

That being said, I can skip all the needless flattery that is usually so freely strewn about at the feet of this countries’ chosen Messiah.