Opinion

Justice Democrats only support unjustified idealism

The Editorial Board On Jan. 23, Cenk Uygur of “The Young Turks,” Kyle Kulinski of “Secular Talk” and former Bernie Sanders staffers Zack Exley and Saikat Chakrabarti founded the Justice

Strengthening your alumni network

When you were deciding what college you should attend, what factors did you take into consideration? Academic programs? Location? Social atmosphere? Those are typically the characteristics of a university that high

Bannon, Trump and the ‘Nationalist Economic Agenda’

On the conservative spectrum, there are moderate conservatives, such as Paul Ryan, and more right-leaning individuals, such as President Donald Trump. Most Republicans can be classified into these two groups,

What should women wear, according to society?

On Feb. 21, Marine Le Pen, the presidential candidate of the National Front – France’s far-right political party – was on a three-day trip to Lebanon. On the day she was scheduled

The struggle of maintaining racial identity

As a requirement for my major, I have to take two semesters of Spanish. I didn’t have the confidence to test out of Spanish, but also didn’t feel it was

What it’s like being a Trump supporter

Two weeks ago, a contributing writer to the North Texas Daily published a column about her experiences dating a Trump supporter. While it was an interesting look at how political views can impact

Ashton Kutcher’s human trafficking awareness

“I am here to defend the right to pursue happiness” was one of Ashton Kutcher’s opening statements on Feb. 15, when he gave a compelling speech to the U.S. Senate against human trafficking.

Milo Yiannopoulos is terrible, but for what reason?

The Editorial Board Controversial journalist Milo Yiannopoulos resigned from his senior editor duties at Breitbart on Tuesday. At a news conference the same day, Yiannopoulos made clear that his resignation

Janet Yellen: The hawk of the Federal Reserve

In the history of chairs of the Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen is handily one of the most hawkish. Just like in the stock market, where bulls and bears thrive, doves and

How can Democrats succeed in the next four years?

On the morning of Nov. 9, 2016, Democrats awoke to a crude reality. Not only had their candidate lost the election for the 45th presidency, they were also now the minority