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Why Mitt Romney can’t handle simple math

Nathan McMahon

October 9, 2012

Photo illustration by Gabriel Ivan Orendain-Necochea The running problem with the current ramblings of the Republican Party is that reality is only real when it fits their messed-up narrative. The latest example is Mitt Romney’s tired talking point about the unemployment situation in our country...

Political apps that will keep you up-to-date with the election

Nathan McMahon

September 24, 2012

With 2012 election coverage kicking into full gear, everyone should be informed and entertained as much as possible. To keep up to date with the latest news and events and rumblings and grumblings from all sides of our vast political spectrum there is no better way to accomplish this than downloading...

Polls, partisan politics and hot-button issues: A look at what’s online

Christina Cocca

September 10, 2012

For nonpartisan information on political candidates, voters can check out any of the following websites and blogs in no particular order: Ratings/Voter Trends FiveThirtyEight – This blog tracks voter approval ratings, electoral vote distributions and forecasts of polling data and economic statistics. ...

Staff Editorial: Students need to improve activism for real change

Daily Sundial

August 26, 2012

                                        Many members of the editorial staff at the Daily Sundial have attended CSUN for at least four years. A few of us are graduate students. Like many of ...

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...

With student voter apathy, organizations set up registration booths

Mandi Gosling

October 13, 2010

When supplemental instruction leader Jocelyn Duarte asked her Central American Studies 113A class how many of the students were registered to vote, she was surprised when less than half the class raised their hands. “Almost the whole class was eligible, but have not registered,” Duarte ...

A.S. encourages students to become more politically involved

Adria Brodie

September 14, 2010

A.S. has taken on the challenge set forth by the California State Student Association (CSSA) to register 10 percent of the California State University (CSU) system’s student population as registered voters before the 2010 California election. Kenya Parham, 22, director of legislative affairs, a...

Back to the basics of civilty, an attempt at constructive discussion in politics

Partisan politics

Pam Tapper

September 18, 2009

On Wednesday, Sept. 9, as President Obama was giving his health care address to both sessions of Congress, Congressman Joe Wilson, Republican from South Carolina,  shouted, “You lie,” when President Obama denied that health care legislation would provide free coverage for illegal aliens. Biology m...

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