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Trump’s Cabinet Developments

Trump’s Cabinet Developments

Ashar Farooq, Politics Editor

May 2, 2017


Filed under Politics, Showcase

With the Trump presidency now in full gear, many of Trump’s cabinet picks have been confirmed by the Senate. However, President Trump’s cabinet picks have raised many controversies. One major controversy was the appointment of Betsy DeVos as the education secretary. Many people have questioned...

Trump’s CPAC Speech

Trump’s CPAC Speech

Ashar Farooq, Politics Editor

May 2, 2017


Filed under Politics, Showcase

The Trump presidency is just beginning to take shape as more than a month has passed by since January 20, 2017. There have been many developments and controversies surrounding the new administration. Recently, President Trump spoke at the Conservative Political Action Conference, commonly known as the...

Analyzing Trump’s Supreme Court Nominee

Analyzing Trump’s Supreme Court Nominee

Kevin McKenna, Politics Writer

March 5, 2017


Filed under Politics

On Tuesday, January 31st, President Donald J. Trump nominated Colorado 10th District appeals court judge, a George W. Bush appointee, Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court of the United States of America to replace the late Justice Antonin Scalia. Antonin Scalia had been one of the most influential conservative...

Trump’s First 100 Days Plan

Trump’s First 100 Days Plan

Parker Keller, Politic Writer

March 5, 2017


Filed under Politics

A very important aspect of a president is what he plans to do as soon as he comes into office, often known as the “First 100 Days Plan.” Donald Trump is currently in this period of time. His intentions for the next few weeks range from cutting regulations on businesses to repealing and replacing...

“You’re Fired”

“You’re Fired”

Rachel Vaughan, Co-Managing Editor

February 11, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

It is not an uncommon practice in the TV business for a show’s host to be replaced by someone else, and such is the fate for The Celebrity Apprentice. For the first time in its decade-long history, Donald Trump will not host the reality/game show. During Trump’s initial bid for election, NBC decided to let go of the long-time host of this TV classic, after his unseemly comments about immigrants. Trump’s catchphrase, “You’re fired,” did not seem so amusing when it was turned on him.

2016 Presidential Election Outcome

2016 Presidential Election Outcome

Parker Keller, Politics Writer

January 7, 2017


Filed under Politics

The 2016 presidential campaign season has arguably been one of the most divisive times in American political history. The major political party candidates, Donald Trump(R) and Hillary Clinton(D), are considered the most unlikable presidential candidates that America has ever seen.

Trump’s Transition Overview

Trump’s Transition Overview

Ashar Farooq, Politics Editor

January 7, 2017


Filed under Politics, Showcase

It is reasonable to say that a decent portion of 2016 has been very political for many of us, thanks to this year’s election. The impacts of this historic election are just beginning to become clear as the inauguration of Donald Trump edges closer and closer. Trump, with his transition team, is constructing his cabinet and getting ready for his powerful job in this rapidly shortening time period.

Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump

Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump

Kayla Sakayan and Natalie Ugenti

January 7, 2017


Filed under Opinion

The 2016 presidential election has definitely been one to remember. Supporters of either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump have been unable to fully comprehend the results of this election. Opposing views, especially moral ones, have driven the controversy behind it all, creating even more tension in an already politically divided nation. With all the accusations made this year, some voters were overwhelmed and did not know who they could trust to be the next president, others were extremely supportive of their parties. These two forces clashed this election year, causing a major struggle in the fight for the White House.

Trump, Rubio, and Fahrenheit 451?

Trump, Rubio, and Fahrenheit 451?

Shaan Khan, Politics Writer

March 16, 2016


Filed under Politics

We live in a dog-eat-dog world where people take advantage of others.  With the heat and excitement of the election to become leader of the free world, candidates will take advantage of any flaws to get to the top. At formal debates, candidates have been known to bicker like children.  “[The deb...

Will Trump Lead to the Destruction of the Republican Party?

Will Trump Lead to the Destruction of the Republican Party?

Gabrielle Safian, Politics Writer

March 15, 2016


Filed under Opinion

Donald Trump is poised to win the Republican nomination after his many primary and caucus wins of the last few weeks. The Republican Party is  horrified that, in November, Trump may lose the election to the Democrats or make a drastic move that could destroy the modern GOP. The United States gove...

Updates on the GOP: Jeb’s Withdrawal and More

Updates on the GOP: Jeb’s Withdrawal and More

Jordan Roiland, Politics Writer

March 7, 2016


Filed under Politics, Showcase

The GOP’s major candidates are beginning to be outlined. Donald Trump is in the lead, followed by Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and John Kasich. Recent polling has led many candidates to withdraw from the race, including Jeb Bush. Bush dropped out of the campaign on Saturday, February 20. He came to ackno...

Update: Trump Shrinks 12% in Polls Amid Paris Attacks

Update: Trump Shrinks 12% in Polls Amid Paris Attacks

Aamash Mussa, Politics Writer

December 8, 2015


Filed under Politics, Showcase

One of the aftermath effects that ended up affecting the U.S. from the Paris attacks was the drop in Trump’s support. On Nov. 22, Trump had generated a GOP high; 43 percent of Republican voters supported him. Five days later, that number dropped to 31 percent. So what could’ve happened in that shor...

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