February 23- On Tuesday evening, the Cornell College Student Senate decided to deny a request by Jack Beaumaster and Adam Tvedt to open a Turning Point USA (TPUSA) chapter
The 2015-2016 academic year must have been the year of the wall.Throughout the summer Donald Trump declared the need to build “a great, great wall on our Southern border.” During the student protest at University of Missouri Mizzou and other campus protest, the protesters formed a ‘human wall’ in order to establish a ‘safe space’ for students of color.While physical walls perhaps are not always the way in which division manifest itself within the United States, it is apparent that the deep divides within this country are becoming part of the political rhetoric when the words ‘wall’ and ‘safe space’ are being used so liberally.It would be unsurprising that most students at the University of Minnesota do not support Donald Trump’s wall on the U.S.-Mexican border.
Everyone, I’m sorry, but I have a confession to make, and for some this may be a difficult pill to swallow: I support Donald Trump.Historically, I have been against Trump.
Rubio brought an optimistic and energetic stance to the speech he delivered at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). However, the shadow of Donald Trump seemed to be constantly looming over the Rubio speech.Rubio opened his address to CPAC by discussing his ousting of Republican turncoat Charlie Crystle.
John Kasich has experience. Whether it was his role as an OhioState Senator during the Reagan administration, a member of the Defense Committeeserving withDonald Rumsfeld following 9/11, or his role as current Governor of Ohio.
Buzz Aldrin, one of the two astronauts to walk on the moon during the first moon landing, gave an inspiring speech arguing for America’s need to go to Mars and expand its space program. Although many had left the room following the last panel of the day, Aldrin’s message was nevertheless energetic and positive.
“I Walk The Line Reforming The Criminal Justice System,” focused on varying solutions to the issue of criminal justice. The panel included Sheriff David Clark of Milwaukee, former attorney general of Virginia, Ken Cuccinelli, and Pat Nolan of the American Conservative Union Foundation. Clark made clear from the beginning that he took a strong stand against crime.
Iowa Senator Joni Ernst and a panel that followed hammered on the national security threats facing the United States in the administration of whomever is elected to succeed President Obama.The “Greatest National Security Challenge Facing the Next President” panel contained U.S.
“You’re an asshole” and “Promote women not hate” were some of the comments that protesters shouted at the beginning of an event featuring Milo Yiannopoulos and Christina Hoff Sommers. If these people had the attention span to hear a differing viewpoint, they would have perhaps learned that Sommers and Yiannopoulos were in fact promoting women -- not hate and ignorance. One of Yiannopoulos’s first talking points was the ‘myth’ of the wage gap between women and men.