Coppell Student Media

Putting the correct in political correctness

Putting the correct in political correctness

Grant Spicer, Staff Writer

October 31, 2016

Political correctness has two functions: to raise awareness and to be inclusive.

A tale of two rallies, Sanders and Trump

A tale of two rallies, Sanders and Trump

Nicolas Henderson, Staff Writer

March 8, 2016

There is nothing quite like an election year. There is an energy felt around the country that gets more and more intense as the general election creeps closer.   The idea that after four or eight years, America is about to undergo a drastic change is both an exciting and frightening prop...

Trump announces Christie endorsement, hammers Rubio at Fort Worth rally

Trump announces Christie endorsement, hammers Rubio at Fort Worth rally

Nicolas Henderson, Staff Writer

February 29, 2016

  FORT WORTH - 8 a.m. on Commerce Street in downtown Fort Worth is usually pretty barren, with the exception of a few cars here and there and the occasional pedestrian. On Friday morning this was not the case, as hundreds arrived early to ensure a close spot to see the spectacle that is Republican...

Young adults, early voting, and their impact on the upcoming election

Young adults, early voting, and their impact on the upcoming election

Nicolas Henderson, Staff Writer

February 19, 2016

  As the presidential race gains momentum, young voices are arguably becoming the deciding factor in the upcoming elections. With the Iowa Caucuses yielding surprising results on both the Democratic and Republican sides, and record breaking voter turnout lead by young people in New Hampshire,...

Open Carry Is Not Necessary

Open Carry Is Not Necessary

Nicolas Henderson, Staff Writer

January 29, 2016

In a potentially revolutionary era for American politics, citizens have been constantly  battling between which politician is right on a multitude of topics facing our country right now, and at the forefront of these issues has been gun control.   In the wake of an alarming number of mass...

Celebrate a very patriotic Christmas with these presidential candidate gift ideas

December 20, 2015

By Nicolas Henderson Staff Writer @happenstance98   As 2016 approaches, we continue to hear about the presidential candidates from both parties making their cases as to why they should be commander-in-chief. A large part of every good campaign is the amount of money coming in from support...

News media defaults to scare mongering in exchange for ratings

January 25, 2013

By Ben Cowlishaw Staff Writer Scaremongering is no longer just up to lobbyists and interest groups in Washington; today’s mainstream media has defaulted to alarmist tactics in exchange for ratings. It is no secret and there has been no shortage of coverage on the affects of instant social media,...

Carroll encourages future voters to explore political landscape

Carroll encourages future voters to explore political landscape

November 28, 2012

By Jay Carroll Staff Writer This year’s presidential election definitely provided entertainment and gave the people something to watch for about a three months before the Nov. 6 election, but it also provided a lot frustration for those that had to listen to the many politically uninformed kids. T...

Process to find new Chamber President begins

November 27, 2012

By Thomas Hair Opinions Editor President of the Coppell Chamber of Commerce, Tony Moline, surprisingly announced his resignation earlier this month in order to take up a position for the Cedar Park Chamber of Commerce. The City has already initiated the search for Moline's replacement, emphasizing...

Changing demographics, progressivism spells defeat for outdated GOP

November 8, 2012

By Ben Cowlishaw Opinions Editor Change in the appearance of America is becoming more and more evident, not just by the Presidential and Congressional elections, but by ballot initiatives passed around the country. The Republican Party is doomed to lose until they reach out to more ethnic, racial and social ...

Cast in votes for Election Day

November 5, 2012

By Corrina Taylor Staff Writer Coppell is adorned in red and blue, from the political party signs posted in the lawns, to the patriotic colored products in the grocery store, all to remind us of our civic duty. The 2012 election has reached all corners of the country and now the time has come to...

Obama, Romney meet again at Hofstra

October 17, 2012

By Thomas Hair Opinions Editor Going into the first presidential debate in Denver, enormous pressure was on Mitt Romney to show voters that he has what it takes to hold his own under the spotlight. However, he not only held his own against Barack Obama, he steamrolled him. Romney was more aggressive,...