Biden’s promise to run alongside a woman puts America one step closer to progress, but it is also attracting bi-partisan hate.
By exposing themselves to different points of view, students will deepen their capacity for empathy.
The newly sworn-in Congress is abounding with potential.
Former congressmen will visit Pepperdine to discuss the importance of bipartisanship
Art by Ally Armstrong This column serves as the voice of the Black Student Association and is written by Amani McCalleb, a member of the BSA e-board. The time that many people have been anticipating has finally come around: Midterm elections. With political tensions at an all-time high over the last year or two, movements […]
Photo by Cassandra Stephenson Parents and children in the public school system are being brainwashed, Michael Smith, Media and Communication Director for Daniel Chavez, told the Conejo Valley Republican Women Federated on Friday. In a talk titled, “Saving Our Children’s Minds: Fighting the Public School System,” Smith discussed his take on the politics behind the […]
Art by Peau Porotesano We live in a divided country. This is evident from events such as the 2016 election, the issue of health care and more recently the Charlottesville protests. Events like these cause anger and resentment on both sides and will lead to greater derision unless there is a platform for productive discussion. […]
Meryl Streep’s viral Golden Globes speech, though eloquent, was the acceptance speech equivalent of beating a dead horse
Graphic by Nate Barton Donald Trump (Republican) “He’s not a war hero. He’s a war hero because he was captured. I like people that weren’t captured,” Trump said of Arizona Sen. John McCain at the Family Leadership Summit in Ames, Iowa, according to Ben Schreckinger’s article titled, “Trump attacks McCain: ‘I like people who weren’t […]
Why it’s important to get through the awkwardness of talking to your parents about politics.