Family values reinforced with Yes on Prop 8

Jessica Johnson

November 5, 2008

Filed under Opinion

One of the most controversial issues that Californians face this election season is Proposition 8. On May 15, six judges on the California Supreme court declared Proposition 22 (2000) as unconstitutional. Proposition 22 was passed...

Prop 8: unequal and unlawful

Christina Moran

November 5, 2008

Filed under Opinion

On Nov. 4, voters determine the fate of Proposition 8, a ballot measure that looks to illegally take away the rights of same-sex couples to legally marry by creating a set definition of marriage in the state constitution. In...

Canidates fickle on the core issues

Christina Moran

October 22, 2008

Filed under Opinion

It's almost that time of the year, when commercials abound with indecipherable jargon, and the consumer is bombarded with a campaign. While retailers are already hawking Christmas merchandise, Election Day 2008 is only 13 days...

Please drink responsibly

October 22, 2008

Filed under Opinion

It's been nearly three weeks since the death of Mesa student Luis Felipe Watson dos Santos, who was stabbed to death in morning hours of Oct. 4. Santos marks the third Mesa student in two years to be killed near San Diego State...

Now with more Joe the Plumber

BJ Grieve

October 22, 2008

Filed under Opinion

October 15 marked the third and final presidential debate of this election year. The subject was domestic policy, not "Joe the Plumber," as many had innocently mistaken. The candidates spent most of the given hour and a half...

Neat-o Man :)

October 22, 2008

Round one goes to Obama

September 23, 2008

Filed under Opinion

Both presidential nominees stepped into the ring on Friday night. It's the first of three rounds against Obama and McCain. There weren't any knockout punches that night, just jabs and hooks to the body. Looking at our scorecard,...

Unstable Wall Street potentially leads to financial crisis

Christina Moran

September 23, 2008

Filed under Opinion

September 15 opened as a bleak day on Wall Street, following the sale of the nation's largest brokerage firm, Merrill Lynch, to the Bank of America, as well as the news of Lehman Brothers, an investment firm, filing for bankruptcy...

Lowered drinking on the horizon

September 10, 2008

Filed under Opinion

For many youths in the United States turning 21 is a golden ticket to bars and nightclubs, a bold and often unexplored territory for them. In the works are potential laws that can change all that by lowering the drinking age to...

Change vs. Complacency

Johnny Ngo

September 10, 2008

Filed under Opinion

This 2008 Presidential Election should have its own slogan, "Change Versus Complacency." Like it or not, this election will define how our country moves on from this stupid quagmire that Bush has left us in. Either we can change...

Bush pardons, Obama turns his back

Anthony Ralphs

September 10, 2008

Filed under Opinion

President Bush pardons his own tush and Barack refuses to push back for the enforcement of the law, or more specifically, an entire series of laws formally known as the Geneva Conventions. Under the War Crimes Act, violations...

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