We used to work together to find common ground. Now, we label those who disagree with us as bad people.
Once again, it seems as though the patriarchy has another mouthpiece, twisting the words of a victim-shaming, anti-LGBTQ+ candidate into a compassionate optimist.
As the April 19 New York state primary elections approach, 2016 presidential candidates are making their way through the state to rally support. Some Ithaca College students are going the distance to see the presidential hopefuls speak in person.
“I think this 2016 election has probably been one of the most interesting in at least the past 100 years,” sophomore Kyle Stewart said. “Definitely in my short lifetime of 20 years.”
As a foreigner who is taxed without representation, I have no horse in this game. I do, however, take umbrage with flawed reasoning and illogical conclusions.