Tag: Democrats

Who is to blame for America’s political divide?

Photo Courtesy of Clay Banks, Unsplash Today it seems like the tension between the Democratic and Republican parties has reached an all-time high, with no signs of slowing down. What is the reason for the hostility between those that only differentiate within matters of core political values? I gathered my […]

Trump shows true character by endorsing Roy Moore

Photo courtesy of Roy Moore, Twitter The company one keeps and the people someone endorses are things very important to the life of a politician. Most politicians recognize this and are somewhat willing to sacrifice whatever political agenda they are pursuing in the name of basic morality. However, President Donald […]

Political Divide Increases as Democrats Focus on Trump

Photo courtesy of Gage Skidmore, Flickr Back in February, U.S. Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi went on the record to say that the Democratic and Republican parties “don’t have a party orthodoxy— [but rather] they are ideological.” Pelosi referenced the political divide that is characteristic of both political parties. Both the Democratic and Republican parties […]

College Students Encouraged to Vote

Photo courtesy of CollegeDegrees360, Flickr In every election since 1972, millions of people between the ages of 18 and 29 cast their votes, but fail to compete with other demographic age groups such as those categorized in the 30-44, 45-60, and 60+ age ranges. In the 2012 election, Obama garnered […]

Brain Differences Shape Political Party Affiliations

Photo Courtesy of Hotey As the presidential election looms, the divide between Democrats and Republicans has grown to its greatest gap yet. Since many of the students on this campus will be voting in the next few months, it is time for a fun – if not fully proven look […]