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It’s More Than Parties, It’s Politics

It’s More Than Parties, It’s Politics

October 30, 2019

The central paradox here is that while Democrats and Republicans have apparently become even stauncher in their political stances over the years, in many ways they still share vital and unsavory traits that allow them both to be categorized under the umbrella of “establishment politics.

The #Walkaway Movement Won’t Gain Much Ground

The #Walkaway Movement Won’t Gain Much Ground

November 7, 2018

This is called the #WalkAway movement, a group of Democrats who are switching over to the Republican Party due to an alleged shift toward socialism on the part of the Democratic Party.

College Republicans Split Over Trump Nomination

College Republicans Split Over Trump Nomination

September 22, 2016

By Ben St. Clair Like voters across the country, Fordham’s College Republicans are torn. In March, an email from then President Sebastian Albrecht, FCRH ’17, to current and prospective club members ...

The Negative Outcomes of Trump’s Candidacy

The Negative Outcomes of Trump’s Candidacy

September 9, 2015

By Joe Moresky The archetype of the political outsider has always held considerable allure in the eyes of the American public. This is how Donald Trump aims to define himself: a successful businessman who put...

Planned Parenthood Misunderstood by Republicans

Planned Parenthood Misunderstood by Republicans

February 15, 2012

By CANTON WINER ASSISTANT OPINIONS EDITOR Susan G. Komen's decision to discontinue its funding of Planned Parenthood on Jan. 31 resulted in a national uproar, leaving the breast cancer foundation struggling...

Republicans Complicate Processes of Student Voting

Republicans Complicate Processes of Student Voting

February 1, 2012

By CANTON WINER ASSISTANT OPINIONS EDITOR Thousands of college students will attempt to register to vote in the coming months only to be turned away. Students who have an out-of-state driver's license,...

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