Tag: politics

Last Week in the News

Monday, March 23 Harvey Weinstein tests positive for COVID-19 in jail.  Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) tests positive for COVID-19, becoming the first U.S. senator to contract the virus.  Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel announces she will be self-quarantining after her…

Broken Dreams and Pinky Promises

BY: SAVANNAH MARTINCIC, ASSISTANT OPINION EDITOR What started as the most diverse Democratic candidate pool whittled down to what the nation saw on the March 15 debate stage: two white men in their 70s.  Out of the numerous candidates that…

Last Week in the News

Monday, March 16  Kentucky Derby postponed until September.  Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine postpones in-person voting in state’s primary until June.  President Trump says gatherings should be limited to 10 people.  Tuesday, March 17  White House shows support for proposed plan…

Why We Need Term Limits

BY: ALEX MADAJIAN, STAFF WRITER In our world of polarized politics, one thing Republicans and Democrats can agree on is term limits. This is because there is a growing mistrust of “the establishment.” Although the term “establishment” has a very…

Term Limits Cause More Problems Than They Solve

BY: DAWSON WEINHOLD, STAFF WRITER I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been asked to sign someone’s petition to support term limits. They’re usually surprised when I say I’m not a big fan of term limits.  Term limits are…

Is Bernie Responsible for his Twitter Mob?

BY: JACE WHITE, STAFF WRITER Bernie Sanders’ Democratic opponents continue to attack him over the conduct of some of his supporters. They accuse him of not doing enough to condemn those who have waged targeted harassment campaigns in his name….

Last Week in the News

  Monday, Feb. 24  Harvey Weinstein found guilty of rape in New York trial.  “Hidden Figures” inspiration and NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson dies. Bernie Sanders becomes the first presidential candidate, Democrat or Republican, to win the popular vote in all…

Last Week in the News

Monday, Feb. 17 Boy Scouts of America files for bankruptcy, allowing organization to operate as it handles sexual abuse allegations. Apple says it won’t meet its quarterly revenue goals because of coronavirus’s impact on production and demand.  Peace talks between…

Last Week in the News

Monday  “Parasite” makes Oscars history as the first foreign-language film to win Best Picture.  Part of President Trump’s border wall will be constructed through Native American burial sites.  Trump’s new budget would cut $4.4 trillion in spending, boosting defense and…

Last Week in the News

Monday, Feb. 3 Kansas City Chiefs celebrate first Super Bowl win in 50 years. Rush Limbaugh announces he has advanced lung cancer.  Iowa caucuses results delayed due to voting app failure.  Tuesday, Feb. 4 Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) delivers his…