How the presidential candidates weigh in

 

Chelsea Ratterman

Editor In Chief 

How the presidential candidates weigh in

Now that we have passed the convention stage, the candidates will be out in full force campaigning. The question most often asked is, how do they line up against each other? How they answer this question may be the deciding factor come November 6.

Graphic courtesy of MCT Campus.

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A day without school is a day wasted

Dennis Gosnell

Assignment Editor

A day without school is a day wasted

Over the last decade or two legislators have created and voted on educational reform bills to ensure that the youth of today become socially productive tomorrow.

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By 15th Street News Posted in News, Politics Tagged Compulsory Education, Fines, Michael Katz, , Statutes

Contentious groups in government

Dennis Gosnell

Assistant Editor

Contentious groups in government

On Feb. 3, 1984 Charlie Reese, a former columnist for the Orlando Sentinel, wrote an article called, “545 vs. 300,000,000”. In this article, Reese expressed his views concerning the dispersion of accountability in government.

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By 15th Street News Posted in News, Politics Tagged 1st Amendment, Congressmen and women, freedom of speech, Presidential elections, Senators, Support