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The Horrors of Trump’s Wall

Andrew Oliver
Staff Writer

Trump’s wall will not work. As James Hedges (the presidential candidate for the Prohibition Party in 2016) said, “Hadrian’s Wall did not protect England. 908 more words

RBG in Review

Andrew Oliver
  Staff Writer

The current popularity of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is something that, for many, seems baffling. In a world where the most popular voices are almost always the loudest, it appears strange that the quiet, slow-speaking judge for the nation’s highest judicial court would become such a pop culture phenomenon. 764 more words

Islamophobia in 2017

Andrew Oliver
Staff Writer

No matter who or where you ask, Islamophobia will be a serious issue. Whether it’s those who actually fear Muslim people in America and abroad, or those who believe it’s an irrational phenomenon that needs to be stopped, Islamophobia has become an important issue to Americans everywhere. 735 more words

Trump and the Media

Andrew Oliver
  Staff Writer

In the world of American politics, one is aware of the importance that our independent media plays in the political process. Leaders usually try to befriend the media, to use it to their advantage as a tool by which to accomplish their goals. 756 more words

Social Media and Politics

Andrew Oliver
  Staff Writer 

In politics, particularly in presidential elections, it is important to recognize the way new or emerging technologies are utilized, if at all. 824 more words

Prohibition: the party of the future, from the past

Andrew Oliver
  Staff Writer

People from all over the United States are reeling from this election and its results. Whether your preferred candidate won or lost, it is safe to say that just about everyone has been dissatisfied with the way these elections have been conducted now and in the past. 855 more words

Why Politicians Should Scrap Celebrity Endorsements

Andrew Oliver
  Staff Writer

Despite the fact that the majority of celebrities in the entertainment industry have no political experience, when election time comes around the story seems to change. 951 more words