By Paul Quick The Republican Party is mad as hell and they are not going to take it anymore. What is the “it,” you ask? The “it” is losing statewide and national elections due to minority voting in historically Republican states. It appears that the last straw was the highly publicized loss of two senate
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By Liv Drobny Upon leaving the Office of the Presidency after a single term, John Adams famously warned the American public against the two-party political system. Officially, the Constitution of the United States supports a multi-party system. Today, Americans can register as American Independent, Green, Libertarian, and Peace and Freedom, along with the larger and
By Chloe Hunter California voters will decide whether or not to lift the state’s ban on affirmative action in the public sector this year. Proposition 16, on the ballot this election, attempts to balance the demographic representation of public workers by repealing a 1996 law that disallowed the public sector from affirmative action hiring practices.
By Erik Galicia A small crowd gathered at the Riverside County Historic Courthouse on Sept. 19 to pay their respects to a late Supreme Court justice considered a champion of women’s rights. Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Sept. 18 from cancer complications at 87 years old. She served on the Supreme Court since her appointment by
America has never needed the Democrats more than they do right now.