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Hillary Clinton and E-mails: Should She Be President?

The United States is launching the process of selecting a president in 2016. Candidates are announcing their intentions and their promises.

The amazing object about these elections is how a person who has broken laws can still be a frontrunner for the most significant and esteemed position in this nation. 323 more words

E-mail

The Presidential Election: Round 6 (Carly Fiorina)

Wowza, this one was tough. I will give Carly Fiorina props- she’s running in a presidential election without any previous professional political experience. That takes guts. 604 more words

Politics

Senator Bernie Sanders: Presidential Candidate

MAVEN: DRAKE RIDGE

As candidates are beginning to announce their official run for the 2016 Presidential Election, there is a mix of old and new faces among the eager contenders. 508 more words

Politics

Marco Rubio and the Social Media Machine

By Wyl Villacres

I, like you, spend too much time on the internet. There’s a ton of great things we can do on the internet—read digital publications, connect with our families and friends—and all of it is made even better by the complete control you have over your experience. 1,070 more words

Democrat

Four More Years

“The queen is dead, long live the queen!”

Four More Years

Instead
Of a president
Let’s make
The next elect
A drag queen
What a green… 41 more words

Poetry

Ex-Staffer: 'I’d Rather Go to Iraq than Work for Carly Fiorina'

Carly Fiorina apparently left a trail of unpaid, unhappy campaign staffers after her unsuccessful 2010 U.S. Senate bid. According to Reuters, the former HP CEO and 2016 Republican presidential hopeful waited more than four years to give her campaign staff the compensation they were promised. 134 more words

Ex-staffer: 'I’d rather go to Iraq than work for Carly Fiorina'

Carly Fiorina apparently left a trail of unpaid, unhappy campaign staffers after her unsuccessful 2010 U.S. Senate bid. According to Reuters, the former HP CEO and 2016 Republican presidential hopeful waited more than four years to give her campaign staff the compensation they were promised. 135 more words

Leadership