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Politicize your mind: Who sunk whom on foreign policy at final presidential debate?

Politicize your mind: Who sunk whom on foreign policy at final presidential debate?

Arman Gosparini

October 23, 2012

  Romney's inexperience on foreign policy was a canon he could not dodge By Nathan McMahon As the election winds up we were all treated to a resounding and hearty debate on foreign policy. Except of course for the more than 15 minutes that Mitt Romney and Barack Obama devolved into ti...

Politicize your mind: Joe Biden’s rude performance at Vice Presidential debate shows insecurity over failed Obama policies

Arman Gosparini

October 12, 2012

By Arman Gosparini When Congressman Paul Ryan was selected to be Mitt Romney’s vice presidential candidate, Republicans everywhere collectively salivated over the notion of a vice presidential debate between a young, intelligent Republican legislator known for his bold policy crafting and mastery of information and ...

California budgets $1 billion more to prisons than higher education and leaves students hanging

Hansook Oh

September 19, 2012

Imagine a society that spends more money on keeping its prison system alive rather than educating their citizens. Imagine a society where you soon might have more youth spending time behind bars than behind the desk. There is no need to imagine this kind of society; this is our reality. Th...

Citizens United opens super PAC attack on their peers– you and me

Joseph A. Tomaszewski

February 22, 2012

Joe Tomaszewski Daily Sundial   On November 3rd,  voters will decide which party will control the Senate and the House of Representatives and who the next president will be. Growing on the horizon is likely the  biggest wave of political ads to ever flood our media.  Because the Supre...

2012 Predictions Are Not To Be Taken Seriously

Christiaan Patterson

February 26, 2011

I find it rather fascinating how people feed off negativity or chaos. We say we want peace yet if and when it occurs, we really don’t know what to do. 2012 is vastly approaching and Hollywood produced a movie in response to a few hyped up hoaxes. Do any of us remember Y2K? The computers and stock...

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