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CSUN Republicans to bring more perspectives to campus

CSUN Republicans to bring more perspectives to campus

Heidi Weinrich

March 9, 2017

The CSUN Republicans group on campus is in the process of being approved as an official club as a result of students feeling that the university needs more points of view. Spencer Ceurvorst, vice president of the aspiring club, said the club would be a branch of the College Republican National Committee...

Poll: Who do you think won the Republican debate?

Poll: Who do you think won the Republican debate?

Contributor

October 28, 2015

The 15 GOP candidates have joined again to debate one another on issues that need and "need" to be discussed. Candidates Bobby Jindal, George Pataki, Rick Santorum and Lindsey Graham will take part in a smaller debate, whereas the rest of the gang of heavy-hitters will be onstage for prime time. Of those...

How to be historically and culturally insensitive, featuring Dr. Ben Carson

How to be historically and culturally insensitive, featuring Dr. Ben Carson

Kimiya Manoochehri

October 21, 2015

Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson’s gentlemanly, soft-spoken demeanor and self-made American success story make him a compelling GOP candidate. Politico has deemed him a “superior outsider,” a rare character who has never held political office, yet compels voters with his relatability, while also providi...

Election 2016: the messy catastrophe

Election 2016: the messy catastrophe

Ryan Mancini

September 18, 2015

Welcome to the second GOP debate, sloppy and painful. I was surprised to make it out alive. This debate symbolized a cresting high as the craziness commenced, until it met its undeniable climax evoking God, presidential code names and Ronald Reagan. The 11 candidates stood before Reagan's iteration...

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

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

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...

Democrats optimistic about keeping Senate; House likely to stay GOP-led

Contributor

November 6, 2012

Information provided by McClatchy-Tribune Wire Service WASHINGTON—Democrats appeared to retain control of the Senate on Tuesday while Republicans will continue to rule the House of Representatives, after congressional elections that featured several high-profile races. Democrats swept some of...

Conventions distract voters from real issue – economy stimulation

Conventions distract voters from real issue – economy stimulation

Andrew Clark

September 10, 2012

The Republicans and the Democrats have ended their conventions. The balloons have been deflated, confetti cleaned up, and the election will now kick into high gear. Convention delegates will walk away jubilant and candidates will continue spinning from a bully pulpit. Meanwhile, the general electorate...

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...

From Go-Bama to No-Bama: the rise and fall of an American president

Xavier Scott

September 13, 2010

In the beginning, there was Bush: an openly selfish, headstrong and confused man who misinterpreted religion as a means for world dominance. Bush provided an experience that left most Americans in deep need of relief. Both his election and re-election were dubious and controversial. His administration...

This Tea Party could get out of hand

Alexandra Brell

February 16, 2010

There is a relatively new political movement mobilizing in the right wing and I’m apprehensive. The movement, like the Republican platform, protests “excessive government spending and taxation” and has a literal interpretation of the Constitution. They cite three core values they feel should guide...

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