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Race to 2016: How political advertisements change the game

Race to 2016: How political advertisements change the game

Nicholas Kim | November 5, 2016

Americans love advertisements. Whether it be the latest deodorant marketing ploy or an ad promoting a General Motors SUV, marketers will spend an estimated $189 billion on advertising this year in the...

Where it all went wrong

Nicholas Kim | June 7, 2016

It is actually going to happen. After months of fervent denial, Donald Trump is the Republican Party’s presumptive nominee for President. With a resounding victory in the state of Indiana, destroying...

Race to 2016: Breaking down Trump’s mating call

Nicholas Kim | April 29, 2016

If you close your eyes and listen to a Donald Trump speech at a support rally, you could easily mistake it for a fourth grade classroom—and that is no accident. Back when Trump announced his candidacy...

Race to 2016: Losers in Iowa

Race to 2016: Losers in Iowa

Nicholas Kim | March 25, 2016

Entering the Republican Iowa caucuses on Feb. 1, Donald Trump looked unstoppable. Topping every poll in Iowa by a margin of seven points, his victory seemed well assured. Only six hours later, his domination...

What happened to Ben Carson?

What happened to Ben Carson?

Nicholas Kim | February 5, 2016

How quickly the tide turns in Washington. At the first Republican primary debate on Aug. 6, former neurosurgeon Ben Carson appeared unstoppable. Leaping past other establishment candidates, he shocked...

Race to 2016: Bernie Sanders

Race to 2016: Bernie Sanders

Andrew Ham | September 7, 2015

“Excuse me, do you know who Bernie Sanders is?” “Who?” “He’s a presidential candidate for 2016, who works for the common good of society rather than catering to the individualistic needs...