WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. – Neoliberalism is the bane of my existence. Unfortunately, I am neoliberalism. You are neoliberalism. We are all neoliberalism. It is important here to make the distinction between being neoliberalism and being a neo-liberal. It is important as well to define neoliberalism, and why being a neo-liberal is a distinction. Neoliberalism is […]
Navigating Trump's America
WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. – Where do we go from here? It’s been nearly six weeks since Election Day. It’s hard to say whether or not the dust has settled since the tumultuous election cycle we’ve endured over the last 16 months. For some, the outcome of the 2016 election was one of the greatest political […]
MOCC hosts Post-Election Media Breakdown Panel
WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. – On Wednesday, November 16th, Monmouth University’s MOCC, or Monmouth Oral Communication Center, held a Post-Election Media Breakdown in Wilson Auditorium. The event featured four panelists that were familiar with media, journalism, and news reporting. The panelists included Hollis R. Towns, who was the moderator, as well as Aaron Katersky, Ben […]
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 […]
Debunking The Iowa Caucuses
WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J.–Unless you live in one of the few remaining states where caucus voting is used, you probably aren’t too familiar with the system. It’s a pretty archaic method, where voters gather in public buildings and essentially either raise their hands or stand in groups to cast a vote for their candidate of […]
Political Recap of 2013
Political 2013, in review.
The Nightmare Before Election Day
A pre-election letter to voters, warning them against a second term with infamous ‘Chris Cringle’.
A Brief Look at the 43rd Government Shutdown
How has the partial government shutdown impacted the American economy?
Spielberg's Gem 'Lincoln' in Review
If you don’t find ‘Lincoln’ to be one of the best movies of the year, I beg you to plead to me, just what more does it take?
Donald Trump's $5 Million Bait
(The Verge)- Will the bribe of $5 million be enough for Obama to release his records? Do the American people find it necessary to know the information that Donald Trump is saying that they do? How much of a problem has this really been? These are all questions that in time, we will know the answer […]