Politics

On Jan. 28, however, Associate Professor of Political Science Christina Greer and political strategists Alexis Grenell and Jessica Proud met at Fordham to do just that and discuss the ongoing 2016 Presidential election.

Although my different politics weren’t isolating, my mere association with conservatism during a period of raging liberals on the rise would undoubtedly be deemed radical.

Many liberals tend to just want to write off Trump as an anomaly, and this is a big mistake. The fact is, his strategies are working, and there’s a lot the left can learn here.

As anyone who has watched any mainstream news channel for even a minute in the past three months knows, Donald Trump is no fan of undocumented immigrants.

Their usage of fear mongering and offensive speeches must be heeded as a warning as to how politicians can amass large blocks of support in little time.

As long as I can remember, I have found myself leaning far more to the left than to the right.

Despite a century of being portrayed by reactionaries as the antithesis of democracy, it is in fact the necessary extension of democracy to the economy.

There doesn’t seem to be any room for journalists who actually want to do their jobs, and their lives are placed in danger because the government fears their existence.

The support for Trump seems to convey the Republican constituents' need for change.

For many veterans, the fight is not over once they return home.