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Clinton scores, Trump flops, voters lose

Clinton scores, Trump flops, voters lose

Ian Kea
September 29
Filed under Election 2016, Politics, The Liberal Think Tank

Only 9 percent of the United States population voted to make Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump the nominees for their respective parties. Monday night the 91 percent that did not vote in the primaries saw their two statistical best chance candidates for President. Needless to say, the result of the...

Editor’s word: Oct. 17, 2012

October 17
Filed under Staff Editorial

Lost in the talks of Mitt Romney’s “binder full of women” and the second presidential debate is the fact that Green Party Presidential Candidate Jill Stein was arrested outside Hofstra University before the debate took place last night. The story was broke by Hofstra’s own student newspaper:...

Suffolk Hosts Mock Presidential Debate

Suffolk Hosts Mock Presidential Debate

Ivan Favelevic
October 11
Filed under Campus, News

Suffolk University’s Economics Department hosted a mock presidential debate this Tuesday at the Modern Theatre. Moderated by Dr. Robert Rosenthal, the event pitted two economists from The Beacon Hill Institute: Jonathan Haughton, Senior Economist and David Tuerck, Chair of the Economics Department...

Who deserves credit in the first debate?

Who deserves credit in the first debate?

October 11
Filed under Opinion

Chris Musk  Journal Contributor The Presidential debate on October 3 was quite a surprise to everyone as both candidates appeared in an unexpected light. Romney impressed both parties, with even liberal media claiming he did well afterwards, while Obama held his ground albeit rusty. Obviously, Romne...

Debating the Presidential Debate

Debating the Presidential Debate

Ethan M. Long
October 3
Filed under News

Tonight Americans will turn on their television sets to watch the first of four announced debates between Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney (R-MA) and incumbent President Barack Obama (D), an event many political commentators have hailed as the most important debate in decades. While Mitt has had practice...

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