A fractured majority: How to unite the Republican Party

When the Republican party swept the 2016 election, winning the presidency and maintaining control of Congress, many involved in politics assumed that the country would enter a new era based on conservative values. Republicans have had their recent victories, especially in the confirmation of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. However, despite the expectations, they have been unable to pass much significant legislation, most notably their long-heralded healthcare plan meant…

December 14, 2017
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VIDEO: Dons Elect

On October 11, Aragon students participated in a Mock Election. Students learned about the voting process and politics in their community.

October 20, 2016
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Californians to vote on ballot propositions

With November around the corner, debates about the politicians, the presidential candidates and the acts being voted on are swarming across the Aragon campus. The acts being voted on include a gun control proposition, a cigarette tax, a plastic bag referendum, a multilingual education act and a proposition to repeal the death penalty.

October 20, 2016
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