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Federal employee shares her government shutdown troubles

Federal employee shares her government shutdown troubles

January 29, 2019

The name has been changed to protect the federal employee’s identity Kristen Davis is one of the many 800,000 federal employees who was affected by the last government shutdown. When the shutdown was first announced, Davis paid little attention due to the fact that the previous shutdown was shor...

The Bug: 2018-2019 government shutdown is making history

The Bug: 2018-2019 government shutdown is making history

January 25, 2019

The issue to shut down the government was stalled by Congress on December 5, 2018, meaning that federal employees would still receive a paycheck. However, after fighting towards no shutdown the fight was lost after 16 days. On December 22, 2018, President Donald Trump shifted the lifestyle of government...

Observations: Statistics show people are safer without anti-gun laws

Observations: Statistics show people are safer without anti-gun laws

November 28, 2018

On November 7, 2018, residents in Southern California were awakened by a devastating massacre that was carried out by a 28-year-old male. On this Wednesday night a Marine veteran opened fire in a country-western dance bar in Thousand Oaks and killed 13 people. The gunman opened fire the popular club,...

Border town Mayor Pete Saenz speaks about recent political controversies

December 13, 2017

After growing up in Laredo, Texas, and moving away for a while, Pete Saenz decided to be the positive change that he always wanted to see in the place he grew up in. With his bright outlook and respect for the border town and its future, he was elected mayor in November of 2014. Saenz creates positiv...

The Trump Cabinet picks that you need to know

The Trump Cabinet picks that you need to know

January 25, 2017

             

Students discuss Obama’s presidency

January 13, 2017

Staff writers Briana Sepulveda and Salma Silva interviewed students on their opinions of whether or not Obama fufilled his presidency.  

Seniors discuss presidential election results (audio)

November 15, 2016

Staff writer Mario Rodriguez discusses elections results with seniors the morning after the election.

Freshmen discuss Donald Trump and immigration (audio)

November 10, 2016

Magnet Tribune Staff Writers Briana Sepulveda and Salma Silva ask freshman for their thoughts on Donald Trump and immigration.

Students hear ‘Clinton,’ ‘Trump’ debate at Rock the Vote (story, photos, video)

November 9, 2016

Two students portrayed presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton at VMT’s annual Rock the Vote on October 25. “It’s a tradition at VMT that has gone on for several years. It started when Dr. Martha Villarreal (school director) came to VMT, and it’s become not only a cam...

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