Tag Archives: politics

Is there room in American politics for a third party? politics

Somewhere between Republican and Democrat

March 4, 2016 // Comments are off for this post.

Your guide to everything that goes into primary season
politics

March 4, 2016 // Comments are off for this post.

What's the difference between a primary and a caucus?

MashCast: We talk the 2016 election.
politics

February 26, 2016 // Comments are off for this post.

Check out the latest episode of our podcast!

Should sports and politics mix?
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January 19, 2015 // Comments are off for this post.

Mashers Alexis and Vijay sound off on this week's issue

OPINION: Who should be president?
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November 1, 2012 // Comments are off for this post.

Obama or Romney? Who should be president? Teens weigh in with their thoughts on who they'd choose as their leader and why.

Presidential debate: Teens’ questions for the candidates
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October 17, 2012 // Comments are off for this post.

Teens are left often left out of the conversation when it comes to questioning presidential candidates, but they have questions to ask too. Here are some questions our teen reporters came up with that they'd want to ask Obama and Romney.

Pizza Hut ditches presidential debate promotion due to backlash online
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October 15, 2012 // Comments are off for this post.

Was Pizza Hut acting in poor taste by announcing a promotion to give free pizzas for life to anyone bold enough to ask Obama or Romney whether they prefer sausage or pepperoni during the debate? Enough people had negative reactions to cause the pizza chain to call off the stunt.

Teen voters: Democrat, Republican, or neither?
politics

September 5, 2012 // Comments are off for this post.

In a sea of Democrats and Republicans this election cycle, Mash reporter Khalil Beckwith shares some thoughts on being independent when you really don't identify with either side of the aisle.

The nitty gritty on NATO
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May 17, 2012 // Comments are off for this post.

Street closures, rerouted transportation and protests: These are just a few of the things you can expect as thousands of world leaders, diplomats and journalists descend on Chicago this weekend for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Summit being held at McCormick Place Sunday and Monday.