Superman’s alter ego is making the front page for a change, and not just in the fictional world of D.C.
“A conservative walks into a bar,” sounds like the start of a joke, but for one Shippensburg University professor, it marks the beginning of a new way to study politics in America.
At 12:51 a.m. Wednesday, former Gov. Mitt Romney conceded to President Barack Obama via phone call, according to the Associated Press. The much anticipated conclusion of what has been widely called the longest presidential election in history arrived today as the conclusive Electoral College tally added up in favor of incumbent Democratic President Barack Obama for a second term as the President of the United States.
With each side saying its own thing – and at times, both saying the same thing – understanding who stands for what can be a daunting task itself, let alone using it to decide how to vote.
As election campaign sparring shifts from domestic issues to foreign policy in the wake of an attack on the U.S.
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