The Daily Aztec

It’s time to consider Constitution reform

by Chance Page, Staff Writer

December 12, 2018

Filed under Opinion

In the midterm elections this past November, one party received 59 percent of the total vote for the US Senate. One party won two more Senate seats than the other. Those are two different parties. Despite a drastic advantage...

Fighting to keep net neutrality is fighting for consumer rights

by Gustavo Cristobal, Staff Writer

December 6, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Net neutrality should not be up for debate. The argument to get rid of it is fueled by the greed of special interests — the telecoms. Net neutrality is defined as the principle where internet service providers have to treat...

Mockery of Melania Trump an example of hypocritical ‘feminist’ Liberals

by Talia Raoufpur, Staff Columnist

January 24, 2017

Filed under Always Right, Columns, Opinion

Melania Trump should not be scrutinized for her marriage, the way in which she raises her child or her success story.

Republicans doomed unless attitude towards women changes

by Talia Raoufpur, Contributor

October 19, 2016

Filed under Opinion

This campaign season has been corrupt, unprofessional and downright annoying. Both the Democratic and Republican nominees are among the most disliked in political history. Many voters are supporting one candidate over the other...

Approval ratings fail to change status quo

by Brody Burns

December 6, 2011

Filed under Opinion

It took more than three decades but it has finally plunged into single digits and now sits at 9 percent. No, it’s not the likelihood of Herman Cain reaching another anniversary with his wife or the national unemployment rate (8.6 percen...