Congressman Joe Kennedy III answered citizens’ questions and concerns in a town hall meeting focusing on healthcare and Russia in the auditorium Sunday, April 2. An estimated 600 citizens from…
Ten percent. Ten. Think about it. No, that’s not your most recent grade on a physics test, nor is it the percentage of bingo players who are less than 35 years old (30 percent!). Sadly, that’s Congress’ current approval rating according to a new Quinnipiac poll. Yeah, it’s that bad.
by Alex Feit and Kristian Lundberg
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by Malini Gandhi
From large-scale phenomena to more local spectacles, the young generation is becoming increasingly politically active and politically influential, according to history teacher Isongesit Ibokette.
by Ryan Condon and Amanda Hills
President Obama proposed the American Jobs Act in a joint session of Congress Thursday, Sept. 8.
This act is intended to lift the United States out of its continuous slump and start positive changes for this country.