This time of year is like Christmas for sports fans and political junkies alike. It’s March, and that means the Madness is just beginning.
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Over the past few years, several states have attempted to adopt voter identification laws. These laws would require registered voters to carry a valid form of identification like a driver's license or passport card in order to prove they are citizens of the U.S.
Several states, including Arizona, have what is called a “closed primary.” These primaries make sure only registered Republicans and Democrats can vote for their respective candidates.
Some can say it’s too early to call, but I’m going to do it anyway. I am here to project that Marco Rubio will be the Republican nominee for president of the U.S.
Imagine this: for decades, we the students of ASU have had the opportunity to elect a new university president every four years.
Some may not realize, but the Republican presidential nomination still isn’t a runaway. No matter what endorsements Donald Trump receives, he still doesn’t have the voter base to launch him into the general election.
There’s been an awakening… Have you felt it? The Democrats… and the Republicans.
We’re a month away from 2016, and now would be a good time to take a look back at the best (and worst) political moments of the year in chronological order. So much can still happen in the next 30 days, but let’s hope Washington, D.C. and the campaign trail keep things quiet for the holidays.
Americans love a playoff system; so much so, we’ve finally implemented one into the college football contest. It’s time politics had playoffs too.
This week is a very special week for ASU students, to say the least. It’s called “Hate Week.” Sun Devil Football has its annual rivalry game against The Team Down South, UA, and bowl eligibility is on the line along with the coveted Territorial Cup.
Breaking news: Another presidential candidate has lied about something. Not really news, right?
Is it just me, or have referees this year been the worst in history? Honestly, they're worse than the replacement refs in the NFL a couple years ago. In just the past week, we have seen the courses of several games incredibly altered just by one or two blown calls by the referees.
In 1994, Edward Murrow was honored with a postage stamp for his extraordinary and groundbreaking work in the world of journalism. Murrow was on air with CBS for 19 years doing radio broadcasts from the rooftops of London during the German Blitzkrieg and hosting the news show “See It Now.”
I identify myself as a moderate Republican. Because of this, you probably wouldn’t expect me to want Joe Biden to run for president. Well, I do; frankly, it’s because the Republicans have no viable frontrunner and the rest of the candidates are quite atrocious.
There haven’t been any formal announcements, but there are two new independent candidates in the 2016 presidential election: "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon and former "Daily Show" host Jon Stewart.
"Nice guys finish last!" "Girls only like jerks!" The Nice Guy Syndrome: guys who are nice to girls only to get something in return and then complain when things don't go according to their plans. Well, sorry fellas, but that's not how relationships work.
You’ve really out done yourself this time Tucson. Starting a petition to ban our beloved Sparky because you think he is designed in the image of Satan. Nice try, but it’s going to take a lot more than that to get us to bow down to Wilbur and Wilma.
Recently, the U.S. has rolled over for Russia and China as President Barack Obama negotiates with an ex-KGB president in Moscow and a smug Xi Jinping in smoggy Beijing. In the past couple of months, however, Russia's and China’s economies have been tanking, resulting in lower gas and oil prices and putting Obama in a position of power.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) spoke at Liberty University on Sept. 14, addressing key points in his campaign such as gay marriage, abortions and free public college.