What the Trump is an Alternative Fact

By: Rae Arnett This week, as I was watching the Trump Administration take full swing, I admit that I was curious about what, if any, campaign promises he would fulfill. I was anxious to see what he might tweet, what he might say, and who he might nominate for confirmation. I was not expecting a pissing contest about inauguration crowd sizes nor was I expecting the absurdity that is “alternative facts”. Senior Advisor to Donald Trump, Kellyanne Conway, explained that White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s interesting first interaction with…

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Candidate Close-Up: Jill Stein

By: Chris McManigal Fourth of a 4-part series spotlighting the Presidential candidate from the Democrat, Republican, Libertarian and Green Party. Jill Stein came to be on the political stage from experiences in her first career, medicine. As a medical doctor she became concerned about the link between her patients’ health and their environment. This concern blossomed into her becoming an environmental activist and eventually to her first run for President in 2012 as the Green Party candidate. Originally from Chicago, Stein graduated with honors from Harvard University in 1973 and…

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