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Why is it important to vote?

November 9, 2012 Jack Meyers 0

It is quite remarkable the similarities between getting into college and being elected as President. The process is similarly arduous, and only the most able and achieved (in theory) get rewarded. […]

No Mitt-igating this debate

October 23, 2012 Signal Contributor 0

There was a point in last Tuesday’s presidential debate when Mitt Romney’s face expressed imminent defeat — it was when his opponent Barack Obama answered the first question. From there on, the gravitational pull of the factual universe slid disproportionately in Obama’s direction. […]

O’Reilly and Stewart face off

October 10, 2012 Signal Contributor 2

In a world of endless and pointless political discourse, an honest and ideological debate has occurred. This event did not occur in Denver on Oct. 3 between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama, but rather in Washington, DC between Fox News Host Bill O’Reilly and “Daily Show” host Jon Stewart. […]

Conversing with the extremists

October 10, 2012 Signal Contributor 0

When we enrolled into college, most of us wanted to learn about ourselves, others and the world around us. And while these goals are praiseworthy, I believe we need to continue to ask ourselves how we might achieve these goals outside the classroom. I would specifically like to suggest an area in which this sufficiently applies: religious extremism. […]

Liar, liar, Mitt’s rants on fire

October 10, 2012 Signal Contributor 0

In the wake of Wednesday’s presidential debate, the 24-hour news networks have taken the liberty of ravenously picking winners. Their conclusions are far from objective; they’re more accustomed to shaking fists atop soapboxes (or FOX’s Tower of Babel). But the majority consensus has dubbed Romney’s rhetoric the winner; elsewhere, Obama lounged on the defense, thoughts aloof on the misery of spending his anniversary next to a man believing it possible to buy NASCAR teams. […]

GOP: conventionally confused

September 11, 2012 Signal Contributor 0

These past two weeks should have clarified the reality of this election for every rational viewer — while the Democrats sounded with idealism and unity, the Republican Convention crucified fact with frenzied fiction. […]

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