In Washington D.C. last week, Gov. Nikki Haley floated the idea of running for Vice President in the 2016 election.
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This past April, the “I’m Ready for Hillary” campaigners had no fear. Hillary Clinton was routinely polling as the top democratic candidate, and the nomination felt routine. Since then, it has been a long five months for the Clinton campaign.
Will Helms: Yes
The United Nations is the largest international organization, with 40 agencies and 28 ongoing peace operations.
On Tuesday, the 33rd United States Senator expressed his support for the Iran Nuclear deal. A 34th has suggested the deal will survive opposition. It's a key number, because Senate Republicans are attempting to block the deal, which will be submitted to Congress for approval. Even if a Congressional majority opposes the deal, President Obama can veto their disapproval and force the deal through. The only thing that could stop the deal from becoming official after a presidential veto would be a super majority (two thirds) vote of the Senate. With 34 senators now vocally supporting the deal it is mathematically impossible for the 100 member Senate to achieve the 67 votes against the deal for a super majority. The deal is going to happen; there's nothing Republicans can do to stop it. That's a good thing.
Kanye West is running for president. He may have given his VMA speech high. Oh yeah, and he's pretty sure that there is a tradition of systemic racism in the music industry ... but back to the wacky sound bites.
Kanye West says he’s running for president.
One night, while I was delaying sleep and scouring the Internet for something that might sedate my mind, I found a video of Russian President Vladimir Putin giving a speech.
Thousands gathered at the Statehouse this past Saturday for a “We Stand with God, Pro-Family” rally.
We are six months away from the Iowa caucus, the first battle of the 2016 presidential election. It’s been over five months since the first Republican candidate, Ted Cruz, announced his decision to run for president, and it’s been four months since I wrote a column advocating an end to the Jeb Bush candidacy. The summer of 2015 brought many changes to the campaign landscape, and reflecting upon these changes raises questions about the future.
In his recent piece on participation trophies, Will Helms argues against giving kids participation trophies because it breeds false expectations and an attitude of laziness in children. This is a misguided argument for at least two reasons.
Ben Turner: Yes
We have the duty to protect our neighborhoods and communities. Doing what we need to do to keep prospering businesses is a priority. Doing what we need to do to maintain good schools is a main concern. Lastly, doing what we need to do to ensure a peaceful place of worship should be an emphasis, too.
Student Government President Jonathan Kaufman recently detailed his plans to create a university-wide mobile app for iPhone and Android. The proposed app would provide a single place to access the campus directory, course catalogue and athletics schedules, among other features.
Everyone knows that college is too expensive. The question is — who's going to do something about it?
With the trial of Michael Smith coming to a resolution on Aug. 17 and the start of another school year comes the revival of the age-old argument for USC students and Columbia residents alike: How safe am I when spending time in Five Points?
This year’s Bid Day was a little different.
This past Friday, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders brought his campaign rolling through South Carolina at top-speed.
A giant panda at the National Zoo gave birth to twins on Saturday, earning national headlines.