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A pragmatic defense of Bernie Sanders

A pragmatic defense of Bernie Sanders

I am a pragmatic voter. Unfortunately, as a Bernie Sanders supporter, many of my peers do not see me that way. In political debates in hallways, offices, and classrooms, I have been surprised by the absolute dismissal of Bernie, which many “informed” students on campus have communicated when either side gets on the soap-box. Their  message, while intentional or not, […]

by Wes Zebrowski· · 0 comments · Opinion
Superdelegate woes

Superdelegate woes

As the 2016 primaries continue, the progress of candidates is often being measured based on the current delegate count. But many have noticed that in the Democratic Party primaries, Secretary Clinton has more delegates than the number she has earned from primary results. This is because she has the support of the vast majority of “superdelegates,” a part of the […]

by Ethan Schuler· · 0 comments · Opinion
You say you want a revolution

You say you want a revolution

Best enjoyed while listening to The Beatles’ “Revolution.” Last week, I went to the opening of Hillary Clinton’s campaign headquarters in Augusta. I don’t believe she is without her flaws, but I am confident in her unmatched qualification to be the Democratic nominee and ultimately the next president of the United States of America, so I was thoroughly excited to […]

by Dylan Alles· · 2 comments · Opinion
Sanders’s foreign policy weakness: the democratic debate takeaway

Sanders’s foreign policy weakness: the democratic debate takeaway

The world has come together to mourn the loss of over 120 people in the devastating terrorist attacks in France. These attacks have reignited the discussion about radical Islam and have forced world leaders to address concerned citizens’ worries about the complicated nature of Middle East relations. In America, this discussion comes in the midst of the presidential primaries. On […]

by Jonathan Stempel· · 0 comments · Opinion