Barack is back! What does he and Washington have in store for America, other than Beyoncé?
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I have often contemplated Southern California’s obsession with things that need a lot of water. The grassy lawn, not a local species of tree, is the area’s status symbol.
It is hard to justify this expenditure of resources in an effort to allow gay and lesbian citizens to participate in marriage and the United States military considering the less public, but more serious issues that affect the LGBT community.
Opponents of a Colorado ballot initiative to fund education are distorting a study by a former Claremont Graduate University professor to claim it will “kill” 119,000 jobs. But what are the real job-killers?
It’s 9-17-11, Zip Code Day for the city of Claremont — a “holiday” we’re only celebrating because of Article 1, Section 8, Clause 7 of our founding document, “The Congress shall have Power…To establish Post Offices and post Roads.”
Instead of having an America dorm and a Latin America dorm, there will be a Latin dorm and a disco dorm at tonight’s TNC. This change appears to be an attempt to brush over border issues and curb possible racism or stereotyping.
The introductory post of Staff Writer Quinn Chasan’s web column documenting his experiences on Claremont McKenna’s Washington Program.
The images of smoke, flames, dust, and chaos are burned into the memory of every American and most of the world. That fateful day of tragic loss, disbelief, gripping fear, and sorrow truly changed the world.
The Port Side joined the Press Corps to cover the Republican Presidential Debate. Here are some highlights from our day backstage, including video interviews with the campaigns in the Spin Room and our favorite tweets.
Before the candidates take the stage for tonight’s GOP debate, the hosting Reagan Library, POLITICO, and NBC News held an expert panel to discuss the latest news on the 2012 campaign and California polling.
Over the summer, Web Editor Russell M. Page worked with the children of U.S. Army soldiers stationed in Wiesbaden, Germany, and experienced the personal nature of the modern-day home front.
In Washington, D.C., a large crowd gathered in Lafayette Park in front of the White House to celebrate the incredible news. CMC students participating in the Washington Semester program experienced the historic scene firsthand.