Today, between 100 and 130 individuals of the Guantanamo Bay facility are participating in a hunger strike in an attempt to draw much-needed attention to their indefinite detainment. The situation is so dire, and a solution so overdue, that it deserves the serious consideration of every American citizen. The Guantanamo Bay detention facility opened in [...]
Students at the University of Kansas share their opinions on the upcoming presidential election and issues they find important.
After the extensive coverage of the presidential election, including the secret videos, SNL spoofs, pundit opinions, theme songs and unsavory political ads, it is time to hear from the candidates themselves in a moderated setting. The first of three presidential debates will air tonight at 8 p.m. Central Time on C-SPAN, ABC, CBS, FOX and [...]
Recent legislation brings up questions about future of economy and exposed how politicians misinform the public.
As Sanotrum drops from the race, the Republican candidate Romney must change focus to overtake the incumbent Obama this November.
With the recent supreme court debates about ObamaCare, we must think back to our founding fathers and why they made our government the way it is. Perhaps then we will make some sound decisions.
The new budget proposed by President Obama isn’t going to do much good for the country’s fiscal state.
Both GOP candidates and Obama are working out strategies to reduce student debt.
Education and student success vital for future success
The President’s speech focused on income inequality and a fairer tax code.
Anger about Hank Williams’ comments is overblown.
Congrats on your “freedom,” Libyans, but Obama’s war on Libya was unconstitutional and wrong.
In Lawrence and around the country, citizens celebrate the death of Osama bin Laden.
The grants survived another year of budget cuts, keeping their maximum value for maximum assistance to students.