My journey at The Outlook started with Casey Wolfe (whom you’ll meet later) and I deciding to go to the Involvement Fair. I was a sophomore and she was a freshman, both of us looking to get involved. I ended up talking to Dr. Patten who introduced me to Sandra and I never looked back.
Author: CHRISTOPHER ORLANDO
MANAGING EDITOR/POLITICS EDITOR,
NJ Anti-Smoking Bill Looks to Ban Smoking on Public Beaches and Parks Across the State
NJ Bill A1080 passed the Assembly and would prohibit smoking on public beaches and in public parks. This bill would be an extension of the “New Jersey Smoke Free Air Act” and would go into effect 180 days after its enactment.
Congressman Frank Pallone Speaks to University about Sandy Recovery
United States Congressman Frank Pallone was the guest speaker in the class, “Sandy and the Political and Social Impact”, to discuss his personal experiences regarding Sandy recovery and the aftermath on Thursday, Feb. 20.
Battle of the Roosevelts: Theodore Roosevelt
Teddy Roosevelt was a Trust Busting Environmental Conservationist Who Helped Establish the Panama Canal
Theodore Roosevelt’s reputation as a trust buster, a major conservation figure with regards to the environment puts him in the argument as one of the best presidents. His trust busting led to monopolies being destroyed and made the American presidency a centerpiece of the morning newspapers with photos and easy interview access.
Editorial: What Three Things Should be Changed about American Politics?
This article addresses three things we would like to see changed in American politics. While no system is perfect and politics is a difficult profession, these topics are our observations of things that may help lead to a more productive political system.
Presidential War Powers
Gov. Christie Caught in Middle of Three Scandals; Two Involving Superstorm Sandy Related Aid
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has been involved with three scandals that may ruin his chances for a political future on the national stage and change opinions of him around the state of New Jersey.
Political Showdown: What Happned to New Jersey Gov. Christie? Part 1
Bridgegate, Sandy advertising, political blackmail and a presidential candidate crumbling. This is what everyone is talking about in the state of New Jersey and around the country. This is the situation that lies in front of New Jersey Republican Governor, Chris Christie. The once GOP presidential front runner has had his political armor scratched up and dented as he defends his administration in the face of three different controversies.
Political Showdown: Is Capitalism Still Beneficial In Today’s Society? Pt.2
Affirmative – Regulated Capitalism
Capitalism is necessary to a thriving economy. Economic competition is what leads to a successful market. The three reasons why capitalism is still beneficial to society is: economic competition leads to more supply and demand, a thriving economic environment puts less people on social welfare and with a healthy capitalist society, prices can be brought down.
Political Showdown: Is Capitalism Still Beneficial In Today’s Society? Pt. 1
Negative – Socialism May Not Be Such a Bad Idea
With the deepening decline in the middle class, there needs to be a better look into the economic system that is established by our government. According to an article from The Guardian, “Selfish Capitalism is bad for our Mental Health”, “Selfish Capitalism has massively increased the wealth of the wealthy, robbing the average earner to give to the rich. There was no ‘trickle-down effect’ after all.”
Affordable Textbook Bill Looks to Utilize Internet via “Open Educational Resources”
The Affordable College Textbook Act would allow universities to offer free textbooks via “Open educational resources” which would also make textbooks available to the public, according to bill sponsor Senator Richard Durbin.