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COMMENTARY: How Pete Rose represents presidential race

Amanda Gonzalez

October 10, 2016

Baseball’s all-time hits leader Pete Rose has been making headlines recently. He is directly appealing his ineligibility for the MLB Hall of Fame with the Hall itself, after being banned from baseball in 1989 for betting on his own team as manager.All bets aside, the arguments made from baseball fans echo larger Ameri...

Trump, Sanders prove inefficient leaders

Jacob Sanchez

April 1, 2016

One of the worst aspects about this year's presidential election has been the call for a revolution from the far left liberals and to take the country back from far right conservatives.Why do we need a revolution or to take the ...

Taylor Swift overly criticized for stance on social issues

Sharnicia Dotson

March 4, 2016

In the midst of the #freekesha support, Demi Lovato called out America’s Sweetheart Taylor Swift. While some people believe that this feud is detracting from the real issue, it is actually a great opener for a conversation o...

Feel the Bern: Bernie will win 2016

By: Erin Downey

February 5, 2016

Bernie Sanders will most definitely occupy the White House. He will also occupy wealth inequality, climate change, the poverty crisis, racial injustice and many other important issues that would take up this entire article if inclu...

Vice President’s decision not to run for president has repercussions

Anthony Wolf

November 2, 2015

Vice President Joe Biden has decided to not run for president. His decision comes after months of speculation. We are now seeing the effects of Biden’s decision.Hillary Clinton’s campaign broke the 500,000 donor mark with...

Webb, Chaffee step down from primaries, will O’Malley be next?

Anthony Wolf

November 2, 2015

Recently, Jim Webb has dropped out of the Democratic primary and on “The Joe Piscopo Show,” he announced that he is now “seriously considering” an independent run.Although independents typically don’t get higher than ...

Julián Castro dismisses speculation about being veep

Sara Katona

October 19, 2015

Julián Castro, secretary of Housing and Urban Development and former mayor of San Antonio, was the Texas Tribune Festival’s closing speaker.Although moderator and Texas Tribune CEO Evan Smith defined Castro’s appearance as on...

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