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Rebuttal: States are well within their rights to ban Trump from...

Former President Donald Trump’s bid for reelection may be exciting for some, but the thought sparks dread for many. Elections like the upcoming general...

Government shutdowns will have negative impacts on America’s international goals

On Saturday September 30, former House Speaker Kevin McCarthy struck a surprising flashpoint spending deal with Democrats to avert a painstaking government shutdown, at...

Mexican journalists are being murdered while trying to uncover and end...

Journalists play a pivotal role in upholding democracy and informing the public. In the United States, journalists are sometimes critiqued or threatened by those...

Americans aren’t willing to do the hard work of maintaining democracy

The Jan. 6 attack on the United States Capitol seemed like an event that should have been a tipping point for the country. It...

ASUCR passes resolution to make Election Day a holiday

ASUCR is working on creating Student Democracy Day, a day aimed to institutionalize Midterm Election Day as an official school holiday of civic service,...

Marxist elements show in American Society

In 1848, German philosopher Karl Marx delineated in his Communist Manifesto that society, at the time phasing through a period of industrialization and capitalism,...

Special election fills vacant CNAS senatorial seat

The new ASUCR senators held a special election on Tuesday May, 22 in order to determine the unfilled CNAS senatorial seat. After all 17...

Monarchy: Good for the king, useless for the people

Count Nikolai Tolstoy, relative of the “War and Peace” author and head of the International Monarchist League, has argued that the United States should...

Don’t quit on democracy

What happens when your candidate doesn’t win an election? You secede from the Union, of course. In response to the recent presidential election, petitions...