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Voting for a new faculty contract

Gabriela Rodriguez

November 6, 2014

A mother in Oregon is charged with the murder of her autistic son, and House Speaker John Boehner says he'll use the GOP majority in Congress to dismantle the Affordable Care Act. Matador News reporter Phillip Sugarman talks to CSUN Cinema and Television Arts Professor Nate Thomas about the tentative...

Election results GOP control over the senate

Gabriela Rodriguez

November 5, 2014

The votes are in from yesterday's mid-term elections. Matador News Reporter Jonathan Gripe has the latest results, and reporter Lorenzo Mutia has analysis from CSUN's Director of Government and Community Relations Francesca Vega. Producers: Ruben Arias, Jasmin Dalton and Calsey Cole Anchors: Amy...

Potential GOP candidates aren’t as competent as they think they are

Illustration courtesy of MCT

Ryan Mancini

April 23, 2014

As everyone reaches a certain age, we all learn that the fairy tales we were told by our parents (or saw in Disney films) were explanations for how we should be moral and how to make reasonable choices. These were stories where we as young people build our own ethics. These tales helped us as childr...

POLITICS PRO/CON: Is the GOP a women’s party?

Andrew Clark

August 31, 2012

The following two stories revolve around the GOP's stance on abortion and women's health, a conversation sparked by Republican Congressman Todd Akin's controversial remarks:  “If it’s a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down. But let’s assume that maybe th...

GOP candidates sound off about key social issues

Alexandra Riggle

January 24, 2012

President Barack Obama will seek another term in the 2012 election, running against one of the following candidates. Rick Santorum won the Iowa primary, Mitt Romney won the New Hampshire primary and Newt Gingrich won the South Carolina primary. With several primaries to go, the GOP nomination could go t...

Preventing the GOP from going MIA


November 17, 2009

Aaron Helmbrecht What do the GOP and newspapers have in common? Young people consider them both relics and a waste of natural resources. A recent Gallup poll shows the GOP has been bleeding supporters from almost every demographic group since 2001. But they are taking the biggest hit from college graduates and people 18 to 29 years old. Only...

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