Where does one even begin on news stemming from the election and on? This article tries to pinpoint exactly what’s going on in the world of politics right now.
Election Day is Here!
Election Day is upon us and the only thing we can do now…is wait!
Monday Night's Final Fight: Third Times a Charm?
(The Verge)- This debate was in no way as fiery as its previous one. I say this because I truly believe it. There were a few elements about atmosphere of this debate that one could probably say were a little hostile, but not nearly as close as they were at the one that was previous to […]
Who Slipped 'Em NyQuil?
An analysis of the final presidential debate held in Boca Raton, Florida last night.
Debate number two, goes to who?
(The Verge)-Another debate has passed by and some are still wondering whom they are going to vote for. As we have seen, the town meeting format allowed undecided voters from the Hempstead area to ask questions to Governor Romney and President Obama, but were they fully answered? The answer to that question is absolutely not. […]
Obama's Debate Recovery
(The Verge)- President Barack Obama came into this second Presidential debate with guns blazing in hopes of scorching America’s negative opinions following the debate that occurred two weeks ago. Governor Mitt Romney, however, did not learn from the past debate; still interrupting the moderator, still being competitively aggressive, and still disregarding the rules of the debate. […]
Tuesday Night Fights: GOP Up-and-comer v. White House Resident
Think the first debate was fiery? Well that was nothing compared to the brawl that unfurled at Hofstra…
Vice Presidential Debate Commentary: Who Won?
As the Vice President engaged in more and more outrageous mannerisms, it became clear the Democratic ticket has been damaged by the first two debates.
Lower Percentage of Student Voters
(The Verge)- Student issues of education and employment after graduation are high priorities during presidential campaigns, but after the phenomenon of young voter outreach during the 2008 presidential election, Democratic and Republican parties have a developed range of affairs from the larger electorate to address. A recent CBS and New York Times poll surveyed the most […]
Foreign Turbulence Impacts Polls
Polls, turbulence in Libya and Cairo, and how much do we really know?