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Underlying Racism in the Feminist Movement

WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. – Election Day is just around the corner, and fighting for the presidential title are undoubtedly two of the most controversial candidates in American history. While the prospect of “Madame President” is becoming a more realistic vision, it’s still too soon to tell if Secretary Clinton’s potential election will actually be a victory for all […]

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Voters on the Fence Snag the Spotlight During Second Presidential Debate

WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. – On October 9th, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton took the stage yet again for the second debate of the 2016 presidential race. Registered voters from the St. Louis area who have yet to commit to either candidate were randomly chosen by Gallup to attend the event and ask questions. Debate moderators Anderson Cooper […]

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Could a Third-Party Candidate Win the Election?

WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J.–America has not seen a serious third-party candidate for president since the current two-party system began dominating the country’s political sphere. During most of the elections throughout United States history, third-party candidates have simply not been a factor. In fact, according to US Election Atlas, the most successful third-party candidate to date captivated voters […]