All posts tagged "politics"

  • Louisville rallies against Republican tax bill

    By Joseph Lyell — Originally scheduled to appear in Louisville, Senator Bernie Sanders delivered a live broadcast from Washington, D.C. while awaiting the vote on the Republican Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Dec. 1. Kentucky Congressman John...

    • Posted December 2, 2017
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  • DACA’s possible expiration leaves many unsure of future

    By: Lyndsey Newport  The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program has received a controversial expiration date. Serving nearly 790,000 undocumented immigrants, DACA offers protection from immediate deportation, the right to work and attend school in the U.S....

    • Posted September 10, 2017
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  • TLC alum Scott Jennings signs with CNN

    By Shelby Brown–

    • Posted June 23, 2017
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  • lettortotheeditor
    Letter to the editor: Safe spaces in the ‘real world’

    By Krystal Willliamson — Mr. Amon wrote a piece on Nov. 17 that expressed a negative viewpoint towards the inclusion of safe spaces on college campuses, posturing that campuses were “coddling” students in need of a place...

    • Posted February 12, 2017
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  • The Louisville Cardinal News
    Brief: Mitch McConnell to visit near U of L

    By Kyeland Jackson — Senate majority leader and U of L graduate Mitch McConnell will visit the Papa Johns Cardinal Stadium June 17 to discuss his recent publication. The discussion and signing for his book, titled “The...

    • Posted June 6, 2016
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  • A “yuge” narrative: My first political rally

    By Kyeland Jackson — Suddenly, just as we were about to settle for a risky spot moments after witnessing a poor soul have their car towed, it appeared. Like a light out of the darkness, the clouds...

    • Posted May 5, 2016
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  • Sanders rallies in Louisville during Indiana win

      By Olivia Krauth & Kyeland Jackson– As the votes were tallied for his win in Indiana’s primary, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders spoke to around 7,000 people at Waterfront Park May 3. The senator discussed his...

    • Posted May 4, 2016
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  • Student Opinion
    McConnell finds his center: disrupting American politics

    By Kyeland Jackson– Since being elected the Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell has been hard at work. By that, I mean hard at work ensuring federal judicial appointments don’t work. McConnell has made it a mantra to stomp...

    • Posted April 2, 2016
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  • Calling all political moderates: This is your election

    By Thomas Vacca– I have finally had enough of our political conjecture about which candidate will be the best president. John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Justice Scalia, Justice Ginsburg, Ronald Reagan, Tip O’Neil, Bill Clinton and Newt Gingrich,...

    • Posted March 18, 2016
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  • Student Opinion
    A confusing Republican caucus a hassle

    By Christopher Acree– There have been plenty of adjectives to describe the current national presidential primaries – hardly any of them are good and most feature curse words. “I feel like this election is very dog-eat-dog,” junior...

    • Posted March 9, 2016
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