Presidential Campaign

Presidential Campaign

Elizabeth Warren: Party girl or patsy?

If nothing else, this week’s Democratic Party conclave will be remembered as the unlikely coming out party of its newly minted attack dog: Elizabeth Warren.
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Christian voters left wanting in Trump vs Clinton

As a proud American who votes as a political “independent,” I’m left wanting in the choice of presidential candidates, watching with eager anticipation as the two political parties develop platforms on policy issues and what issues the candidates...

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Hamilton’s insights for #NeverTrump Republicans

“Hamilton” is the hottest ticket on Broadway, and rarely has a dead man seemed so alive. The ten-dollar founding father even has insights to share with despondent #NeverTrump Republicans.

In 1801...

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The youth vote—a unicorn worth hunting in 2016

As a college student soon to vote in my first presidential election, I am always perplexed by what seems to be an odd paradox: all candidates clamor for the “youth vote,” and tout it is as a symbol of great importance indicative of their broad...

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Instead of being bold, Clinton errs in picking Kaine

Hillary Clinton lost me – and I suspect the election - at Kaine.

Tim Kaine, by all accounts, is a good man, but he's a bad choice to be Hillary's vice presidential nominee.

Clinton consistently misreads the populace. It's why...

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Cruz’s gamble for the GOP

Wednesday night at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Sen. Ted Cruz declared war. Not on ISIS, unfortunately, but on any Republican that backs Donald Trump. In Cruz’s primetime speech at the convention, Cruz refused to endorse the...

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