Twenty-seven states have officially filed lawsuits against it, and more than half of Americans favor its repeal. Now, it’s the Supreme Court’s turn to give its opinion on Obamacare and decide the fate of President Barack Obama’s most recognized “achievement.” Amidst all the hype, this unpopular piece of legislation might not even be constitutional. Aside […]
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Coulter's visit a victory for intellectual diversity
From the initial “vanishing” stakes to the “revised” posters (and subsequent “poster wars”), it seems as though the left is doing everything in its power to stunt the success of Ann Coulter’s speaking engagement on Feb. 28. Meanwhile, alumni have whined, and professors have moaned in anticipation. Boo-hoo. Liberals are the first to ridicule Coulter’s […]
Conservative depiction of Obama diction
In case you missed President Obama’s year-end address, I’ve taken the liberty of sharing my interpretation of it with you. Please note that several empty platitudes have been removed for the sake of brevity: * * * Hi, everyone. As 2011 comes to an end and we look ahead to 2012, I want to wish you […]
Why CSU tuition is just 'too damn high'
Brendan Pringle is an English senior and Mustang Daily conservative columnist. These past few weeks, we have heard the California Faculty Association unleash its primal cry over its salaries — and for good reason. The California State University (CSU) Board of Trustees deceived them when their raises were not honored due to budget cuts. Chancellor […]
Congress bringing shady deals to Capitol
Brendan Pringle is an English senior and Mustang Daily conservative columnist. Wall Street may seem like the symbol of “big money” and greed to most Americans, but some of the greatest flow of money happens at our nation’s capital. As a result, it should be no surprise that our federal lawmakers make some of their […]
Fight America's internal 'Berlin Wall' on World Freedom Day
Brendan Pringle is an English senior and Mustang Daily conservative columnist. Prior to its fall on Nov. 9, 1989, the Berlin Wall stood as a clear symbol of separation between the free and the oppressed. From its construction in 1961, the Berlin Wall endured for nearly three decades with the primary purpose of halting those […]
Conservatives under attack: Looking into a national trend
Brendan Pringle is an English senior and Mustang Daily conservative columnist. We often think of the university campus as an open forum where students can voice their opinions under full protection of the First Amendment. So it seems. With so many different clubs and organizations on campus representing a diverse range of viewpoints, students rarely […]
Occupy Wall Street: A senseless response
Brendan Pringle is an English senior and Mustang Daily conservative columnist. The economy has tanked without clear signs of recovery, and we’re all sick and tired of it. Here at Cal Poly, only 65 percent of those who graduated in the 2009-10 year received full time jobs right out of college, according to a Career Services report. […]
Ten years in the making for the U.S.
Andrew Nenow is a wine and viticulture sophomore and Mustang Daily conservative columnist. I’m sure the plethora of Osama bin Laden articles in the media lately has been a lot to swallow, but someone like myself cannot ignore such a topic. Partly because it is such a momentous achievement by our military and government, and […]
Donald Trump unlikely candidate for GOP
Within the list of potential Republican presidential candidates there is one that seems a bit out of the ordinary: Donald Trump.
Shelling out the green for a greener future
How petrified are you these days to go to the gas station to fill your gas tank?