Author: Caitlyn Jarvis

Review: Senator Warren’s First Week

With the first week of the New Year completed, our federal government has already undergone two hefty points of contention, the resolution to the fiscal cliff and the inauguration of a new batch of representatives. My senator, Senator Elizabeth Warren, the outspoken mother of Occupy Wall Street and champion of socialism, is among them. Recently she was asked by a reporter what income level defines the middle class. Warren asserted there was no number with which we could define the middle class, despite the reporters example that when writing a bill one would need to define different levels of...

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Elizabeth Warren and the Preservation of America

Among all the things I’m grateful for this year, Senator-elect Elizabeth Warren is not one of them. But like all good citizens, I am willing to give her the benefit of the doubt. Similar to my reaction in 2008 when President Obama won the White House, I try to avoid judgment until after the official’s first one hundred days. On a side note, I’m still confused if I should extend the same courtesy to the President for a second time. As if the first four years weren’t enough time to place judgment, we’ve been saddled with another four. I’m...

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The Second Coming of Liberal Ignorance

Recall 2008 when conservatives began to berate the loose-minded liberals who referred to President Obama’s election as the second coming? It’s happening again, and this time those loose-minded liberals are famous celebrities and public universities. Sunday night during the Soul Train Award Show, actor Jaime Foxx opened the night thanking God and “Our Lord and Savior Barack Obama.” What could be more shocking than the groundbreaking revelation that Christians have been worshiping the wrong man all along? The fact that the mainstream media was hush on the entire faux-pa. Yesterday morning, it was reported that Bunker Hill Community College,...

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Voting Registration Laws in New Hampshire

The College Democrats at Saint Anselm College, joined by Obama for America, have found a new way to gain youth voters from the acquiescent crowd: scare them and have them change their registration.  Needless to say New Hampshire may have more youth voters this election cycle. Senate bill 318 was originally pushed through in the legislature after a veto by Governor Lynch, subjecting college students to the same laws that any other New Hampshire resident would need to follow, i.e. changing car registration.  During a trial hearing last month, four college students filed a petition to override the law.  None of...

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Biden and the Undecided Voter

If you do a quick Google search of “VP Debate Poll” the first five results read something like this: “Biden Shreds Ryan,” “Vice Presidential Debate Shows Mixed Results,” “Ryan Beats Sitting Vice President,” “Insta Polls Show Split Decision in VP Debate,” and so forth. Needless to say, no one can quite pinpoint how the undecided voter will react to the mix of giggles, smiles, and wit that transpired on the stage last week. Republicans will paint the picture of Vice President Biden as the ever-confused, rarely correct politician who laughed in confusion from the tremendous amount of math and statistics...

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