Americans are once again faced with answering tough questions: what is the Electoral College, why do we have it, and most importantly, does it actually work?
This panel was moderated by The Contemporary’s Editor-in-Chief, Benjamin Collinger, and featured members of Trinity University’s political organizations including Trinity Progressives, Black Student Union, and Tigers for Liberty.
The opinions expressed by the panelists and moderator are those of the individuals. The Contemporary takes no position on matters of policy or opinion.
Let our grief for our stolen future rededicate us to progress. Presidents are not dictators, and the people are the source of all true power. Our fight is just beginning. Let’s go.
The fact that countless “never Trump” Republicans plan to vote for Johnson reflects a misguided belief that Libertarian ideas are inherently Conservative.
While an Arab Spring style revolution is currently unlikely, Mugabe’s actions toward protestors and currents of discontent will shape the future of Zimbabwe’s presidency.
Gendered questions in the presidential primaries portend poorly for the general election.
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