Tag - politics

College and education

One funny contradiction that I often run into is the fact that I am writing libertarian articles at a school run and funded by the government. West Chester University, as a state...

The case for liberty

This year, college students are being bombarded with political information. It’s an election year, and a crazy one at that. One of the stressful parts of going to college is that...

Breaking down the debates

Missed opportunities and the same ol’ same ol’. That’s what the almost 100 million viewers who tuned into last Monday night’s debate got from the presidential frontrunners. Donald...

Why vote?

If you have recently watched a television, opened up a website, listened to a class discussion, logged onto Facebook or picked up a newspaper, chances are you have been inundated...

Feel the Johnson

The usual maelstrom of the presidential election cycle – the great cacophony of poignant ads, caustic jabs and combative intensity that pervades both sides of the political aisle...

WCU student interviews Deez Nuts

When Deez Nuts trended on Facebook on Aug. 21, I read the articles. A 15-year-old boy from Wallingford, Iowa was running a semi-legitimate campaign for president. In a poll run by...