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Election 2016: Donald Trump is Not Worthy of Our Votes

By Sheilagh Lichtenfels Published: September 28th, 2016 Monday’s presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, though strange and at times hard to follow, made one thing abundantly clear: the Republican nominee for president has no respect for voters. Contrasting starkly with Clinton, who if nothing else was punishingly prepared for this event, Trump was rambling, incoherent, and …

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Trump tries and fails to reach black voters

By Mariah Prister Published: September 21st, 2016 In an awkward attempt to sway African American voters, Republican Presidential nominee and tanning advocate Donald Trump not only failed entirely, but also ended up insulting the entire race. America can feel Election Day approaching rapidly and so can the candidates. It’s imperative …

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Election 2016: The Necessity for Third Party Voices

By Gabriel Pariente Published: September 14th, 2016 Throughout the 2016 election cycle that has proven anything is possible, we have seen more twists and turns than in any other political race in recent memory. We’ve seen the handpicked Democratic establishment candidate Hillary Clinton nearly upstaged by a socialist who stood …

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