The Charger Bulletin

The Sad Truth about Terrorism

Liana Teixeira

September 19, 2012

This past week marked the 11th anniversary of 9/11, a tragic day in our nation’s history. The United States fell victim to a series of terrorist attacks, spanning all the way from the Pentagon to the World Trade Centers, to a field in Pennsylvania. While we haven’t been majorly attacked on American...

Girl Scouts in Politics?

Veronica Maciel

March 28, 2012

The Girl Scouts recently celebrated their centennial. The organization has been teaching the girls values and a love of nature for 100 years now, but not everyone seems to agree on what the organization is teaching the young girls. Last month, Indiana State Representative Bob Morris declined signing ...

2012 Election Fast Approaching

Cullen Mclane

September 14, 2011

The year 2012 is getting closer and closer, and what an interesting year it promises to be. There’s a lot for people of all walks of life to look forward to. Sports fans will have the London Summer Olympics, video gamers will be getting a brand new Nintendo system, and moviegoers can look forward to A...

Opinions Can in Fact Be Worthless

Joann Wolwowicz

February 9, 2011

More often than not, I have overheard people arguing over various topics under the sun, and sometimes it’s completely unbelievable as to the reasoning behind some of these arguments. I often wonder where people get some of their ideas as to how things should work in life. It’s even more annoying...

Joe Biden and Dick Cheney Square Off

Kyle Quinn-Quesada

February 23, 2010

The Sunday morning talk shows have provided a platform for many opinions over the years. However, nothing has been as exciting recently as the battle of the vice president’s that has been waging over the airwaves during the past few weeks. Former Vice President Dick Cheney has not missed an opportunity...

Linda McMahon: Political Novice or Executive Powerhouse?

Melanie Rovinsky

January 28, 2010

In the political sea of Connecticut liberals, a conservative candidate is lucky to get a nod of acknowledgement in his or her direction. Fortunately, Republican Senatorial candidate Linda McMahon has already mastered the art of gaining public attention. McMahon, former Chief Executive Officer of the...

Political Pressure vs. Tire Pressure

Zack Rosen

August 27, 2008

With all of the political ho-humming going around (is that a real phrase!?), it can sometimes be hard to determine what the plans of various presidential candidates precisely entail.Because I'm an Obama fan, I'm going to be going over a small chunk of Obama's energy policy. But I do want to make the...

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