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$15 minimum wage will harm economy, unfair to public
April 19, 2016
In a point counter-point on $15 minimum wage, columnist Bailey Ethier argues that an elevated minimum wage will be harmful to the economy and be unfair to the public.
Don’t pick the lesser of two evils, pick Gary Johnson
April 5, 2016
Columnist Bailey Ethier urges voters that are unconvinced by any Presidential candidates to vote for Gary Johnson, rather than abstain from the vote altogether.
Trump and Robert Morrow exist because of voters
March 22, 2016
Columnist Bailey Ethier explains how voters are the main reason for the rise of Donald Trump and Robert Morrrow.
Trump minimizes impact of party primary endorsements
March 2, 2016
Columnist Bailey Ethier discusses how Donald Trump has broken the model of endorsements affecting presidential primaries.
Superdelegates are superheroes
February 16, 2016
Columnist Bailey Ethier counters senior columnist Mubarrat Choudhury's argument that superdelegates are detrimental to democracy.
Martin O'Malley deserves 10 seconds of your attention
January 26, 2016
Guest columnist Bailey Ethier argues that, despite O'Malley's four percent of support in Iowa polling, O'Malley is the best candidate for the Democratic nomination.
Bernie Sanders' ideas are as ridiculous as Donald Trump's
November 24, 2015
Columnist Bailey Ethier writes that Bernie Sanders' plans are as poorly conceived of as those of Donald Trump.
Marco Rubio gives Republicans important fresh face
November 10, 2015
Columnist Bailey Ethier argues that Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is the most viable Republican presidential candidate.
Clinton’s past makes her poor presidential candidate
October 27, 2015
Columnist Bailey Ethier argues that Hillary Clinton's foreign policy failures and tendency to change positions render her unviable as a presidential candidate.
Rightward shift doesn’t make the GOP right
October 13, 2015
Today’s Republican party isn’t Ronald Reagan’s Republican Party. If Reagan, the same man who has been repeatedly invoked by the GOP candidates, was still alive today, he wouldn’t be conservative enough to win the Republican Party’s nomination.
Argument on Obama's religion is a damaging political distraction
September 30, 2015
Columnist Bailey Ethier believes that conspiracy theories surrounding President Barack Obama's religion both demonstrate Islamophobia and distract from America's political problems.
Ben Carson is too inexperienced for office
September 16, 2015
Columnist Bailey Ethier argues that experience is the most important attribute of a presidential candidate.
Jeb is not George W., and Hillary is not Bill.
September 9, 2015
Guest columnist Bailey Ethier believes not voting for a candidate based on femily members' views or track records is flawed reasoning.
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