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Electoral college under review

By Clackamas Print / February 26, 2019

Story by Brendan Swogger In 2016, the election of Donald Trump sparked a major uproar, and much of the blame — or thanks — went to the Electoral College, the system currently used every four years to select the President of the United States. Despite losing the national popular vote to Hillary Clinton, Trump won…

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Are you ‘complicit with evil?’

By Ian Van Orden / October 30, 2018

  Fake News. Nazis. Fascists. Are you complicit with evil? Though extreme political rhetoric has existed since the earliest days of our country, it’s hard to deny that we live in an extremely polarized climate today. The last decade has seen a shift towards extreme tribalism, with citizens and voters being pulled to one side…

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Is Thomas Jefferson a trusted name to brand on a school building?

By Ian Van Orden / February 21, 2018

News Editor Ian Von Orden argues against the notion of changing the name for the Thomas Jefferson High School simply because he was a slave owner. His reason? Context and nuance.

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Candidates line up their priorities

By Shaylyn Struna / April 12, 2016

With the presidential election coming up later this year, it’s about time to talk about the candidates. In the Republican Party, there is Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and John Kasich. The Democrats include Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. Jill Stein is of the Green Party and Gary Johnson is of the Libertarian Party. The Republicans…

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