Category Archives: Third Party Voices

Deputy Mayor Foresees Strong Local Community

By Dennis “DJ” Mikolay If politics is anything, it is divisive. Ask any voter and they will tell you that America’s partisan divide is arguably stronger than ever with Republicans and Democrats often failing to find common ground. Over the … Continue reading

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The Democrats Don’t Want to Defeat Christie

 By Dennis “DJ” Mikolay Early yesterday morning, the Associated Press officially reported what every political enthusiast in the Garden State already knew: Governor Christopher J. Christie, New Jersey’s most controversial Republican, will seek re-election next year. This update came after … Continue reading

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Life After Assad

By Dennis “DJ” Mikolay Two years ago, the average American likely had no idea who President Bashar al-Assad was nor did they possess any insight regarding which Middle Eastern country he held control over. Today, he is a global celebrity. … Continue reading

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Let Gary Debate!

Dear Readers, For the first time since Ross Perot’s campaign twenty years ago, it seems as though a third party presidential candidate could be allowed into the televised debates. Gary Johnson, the former Governor of New Mexico, has gained a … Continue reading

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Not A Dime’s Worth of Difference

By Dennis “DJ” Mikolay Voters have been led to believe America is at a pivotal crossroads. The largely partisan mainstream media has perpetuated the notion that this November’s presidential election is the single most important event in the country’s history, … Continue reading

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How the GOP Iced the Tea Party

By Dennis “DJ” Mikolay In the wake of the 2008 presidential election, the unthinkable happened: a grassroots populist movement sprung forth from the bowels of the two major parties. Conservative citizens, angered by the status quo, formed what became known … Continue reading

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Tweedle-Dee and Tweedle-Dum: Bring Down the Fences

By Dennis “DJ” Mikolay  America has always been the land of opportunity, a society built on the backs of hard working immigrants, men and women who left their respective homelands in search of a better life, political stability, and financial … Continue reading

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The World’s Worst Babysitter

By Dennis “DJ” Mikolay Why does the government exist? It’s an age old question, one that philosophers, thinkers, and politicians have sought to answer since the dawn of civilization. The common answer, or at least the one which most Americans … Continue reading

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How to Win the War on Terror

By Dennis “DJ” Mikolay Since the earliest days of the current presidential campaign season, the issue of national security, or more specifically, how the United States can most effectively thwart future terrorist attacks has been among the most hotly debated … Continue reading

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Taking a Break (Kinda)

As my final day at Monmouth University draws near, I am required to write a lengthy academic thesis paper to meet the graduation requirements. Thus, for the next two weeks I will be turning my attention towards this endeavor and … Continue reading

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