Erik Hare discusses the different meanings of the word Patriotism and how he personally thinks of it.
Writer Michelle Marchante discusses the political bias that has infiltrated American journalism during this 2016 presidential election and how its turned WikiLeaks into the new whistleblower of America.
Dislike, mistrust, and biasness have become nearly synonymous with journalism, journalists and news outlets this election season. This type of attitude towards the press is one that should never exist but because it does, this editorial board has decided that instead of endorsing a presidential candidate for the presidency, we will endorse the American people.
The media and Anti-Trump supporters have tried to paint a picture of Republican nominee Donald Trump only having the backing of men. Blogger Kelly Quelette breaks this stereotype and explains why Trump has her vote.
Last night, on Oct. 10, during the second presidential debate between Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump, one of the most ridiculous excuses probably ever used by a politician, or rather any human being, was used: Abraham Lincoln.
A. L. Luttrell offers insight into the hypocritical society we the people have created for our nation, not just with the media and our politicians but ourselves.
This year’s elections offer a special chance to be an armchair quarterback (no matter which side of the circus you’re on).