If you’re anything like me, you’re fed up with this current administration and need some sort of relief. For me, I’ve taken up Aaron Sorkin’s “The West Wing,” and by far, this is the best decision I’ve made in 2017. “The West Wing” is everything a show needs to be: intriguing, informative and absolutely incredible. […]

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Donald Trump made yet another controversial remark during the last presidential debate by saying that he might not accept the election result if he loses. His claim that the election is rigged is not a new tactical tool in his campaign, as past record shows that this rather pitiful move has been used before to […]

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Protesters of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Wednesday decided to take their indignation and channel it into a unique idea. Six taco trucks surrounded the Trump International Hotel Las Vegas, forming a wall around the vicinity of the building. The protest took one of Trump’s suggestions and essentially made fun of it. Inspired by […]

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When it comes to presidential elections, many TV shows develop political sketches solely for entertainment purposes. Some question if these sketches based on our presidential candidates will influence voters this coming November. “Saturday Night Live” and “South Park” are two shows that have recently spoofed the presidential race and started conversations about this election. The […]

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Are rules for debate even considered anymore? The past three debates on the Republican side have been filled with outrageous candidate-on-candidate attacks, hilarious screenshot-worthy Trump faces and outlandish, straight-up lies from the likes of Carly Fiorina and Ben Carson. All these happenings are pretty telling of the Republican Party at this stage in the presidential […]

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Sunday was an overall great day. Not only did I feel the sun on my face for the first time in months and was able to walk outside without an insulated coat, more importantly, Hillary Clinton, my queen, formally announced what we have all been waiting for. She’s running for president. She joins, among others, […]

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Among America’s younger generations, especially the neophyte voters, being affiliated with the Republican Party seems to be rare. This may be for a couple of reasons, which all go back to a core problem that the Grand Old Party is attempting to tackle in 2016. Young GOP affiliates may be quiet supporters and don’t necessarily […]

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Lily Purqurian @lilypurq “You’re not Eric Holder, are you?” At the U.S. Attorney General Confirmation hearings on Jan. 28, Republican U.S. Sen. John Cornyn from Texas asked U.S. Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch what seemed to be the gnawing question on everybody’s mind. Lynch giggled and declined, rightfully reasserting her independence from current U.S. Attorney […]

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