Michael Baharaeen, Vice President
Jon Stewart challenges Republican Governor of Indiana, Mitch Daniels, on conventional Republican solutions to the economy, jobs and inequality.
Elizabeth Warren, a contender for the Democratic nominee to challenge incumbent Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown in 2012, discusses the current state of affairs in our country.
Matt Seyer, Secretary
The debate over teaching creationism alongside evolution in public schools has escalated in intensity in recent years. In an interview with NOVA, Dr. Kenneth Miller answers a wide variety of questions about evolution and Intelligent Design. Miller provides clear, thoughtful responses to such questions as: “What is evolution?…What’s the harm in introducing intelligent design into a science classroom?…What are the weaknesses of evolution?” For anyone curious about evolution or Intelligent Design, and for anyone concerned with America’s future in science, this relatively brief piece is a must-read.
Connor Stangler, Campaign Coordinator
While the troubling rise of reactionary populism in the form of the Tea Party and a lack of progressive backbone in the White House has disillusioned some sects of the Democratic Party and the liberal movement, there are rising stars that still claim the resiliency and efficacy of the progressive movement. New York politician Eric Schneiderman is one of a cadre of driven liberals who are intent on limiting the rise of purely financial institutions and the hegemony of big banks. He is smart, politically adroit, and worthy of our attention as Obama loses his luster.
Alex Witt, Webmaster
The College Republicans at UC Berkeley, in protest of an affirmative action bill, are planning an Increase Diversity Bake Sale, during which they will sell minority price-adjusted pastries.