Tag Archives: Mitt Romney

OPINION | Vote based on your conscience, not on electability

Community members should vote with their consciences in this election, and nothing more. If that means voting third party—or not at all—students, faculty and staff should do so. Voting is a symbolic act. In a nation of nearly 320 million people, individual votes may not carry much weight. However, citizens should use their votes not

OPINION | Students for Liberty missing big chance

Butler University Students for Liberty is one of the youngest and least known groups on campus, and they are letting an incredible opportunity pass right before their eyes—to endorse U.S. Representative Ron Paul (R – Texas) for president. The group, founded in Oct. 2010, promotes ideas of civil liberty and fiscal freedom to college students.