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The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

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The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

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President Joe Biden (left) stands with Chrissy Levin (middle) and Rep. Mike Levin (right) at the end of the event. Biden visited Oceanside in order to rally for Levin’s re-election campaign.

President Joe Biden Rallies for Congressman Mike Levin at MiraCosta College, Urging Young People to Vote

At the event on Thursday night, President Biden emphasized the importance of Americans showing up to vote in the midterm elections.
Nadia Razzaq, Web Editor-in-Chief Nov 7, 2022

Just 3.2 miles away from Sage Creek High School, President Joe Biden spoke to a crowd of approximately 1,400 people at a rally for incumbent Rep. Mike Levin on Nov. 3. Biden stunned the community of Oceanside...

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The Leaked Draft: The Current State of Roe v. Wade and Abortion Rights in America

Madeline Mack, Web Editor-in-Chief May 13, 2022

In the early 1970s, Texas had a law that made abortions illegal unless a doctor argued that it was a necessary procedure in order to save a female’s life. A woman identified by the fake name of Jane...

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The Sage: March 2, 2022

Kayley Teagle and Nick Cepek Mar 2, 2022

Broadcast from March 2, 2022. Anchors: Kayley Teagle, Nick Cepek. Stories Covered: PTSA Cooking Class Feature; by Jason Chase and Devyn Serrano. CTE Pathways; by Leo Ambrogelly. Spring...

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Ossoff and Warnock talk in front of a campaign bus. The two were both elected to the Senate on Jan. 6 and have given Democrats the majority in Congress.

Democratic Majority in Congress Gives Gen Z Hope for the Future

Madeline Mack, News & Feature Editor Jan 8, 2021

With the threat of climate change, constant injustice toward communities of color, and the worsening COVID-19 pandemic, the Democratic government the U.S. has won is critical for the future of Gen Z and...

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Trump supporters breech the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday. Lawmakers were evacuated and more information continues to unfold.

Live Updates: Pro-Trump Mob Breaches Capitol

Madeline Mack, News and Features Editor Jan 6, 2021

Today, lawmakers were proceeding to count the electoral votes (which Vice President Pence was to oversee) and make President-elect Joe Biden the official winner of the 2020 election. Encouraged by President...

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SagePOL Episode 5: “Talking Biden”

Nick Cepek, Host Jan 5, 2021

SagePOL is intended for civil discussion on current politics. Join your host Nick Cepek for episode 5 of SagePOL where he discusses with senior Nicholas Tappin how president-elect Joe Biden plans to address...

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Illustration depicting the two components of politics and education held at an equal status of importance. It is essential to implement politics into education in order to create a more knowledgeable and vocal younger generation.

You Should Have a Diverse Political Mindset

Kyle Gatti, Staff Reporter Nov 23, 2020

The election for the president in the United States is one of the most important events in America. All of the American people who are of legal age have the ability to cast a vote for the candidate of...

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Donald Trump and Joe Biden debate in Cleveland, Ohio. This was the first of the debates between the US presidential candidates.

The Presidential Debate: How the Lack of Order and Truth Undermined Effectiveness

Lulu Horne, Staff Reporter Oct 29, 2020

Televised presidential debates have been held in the United States since 1960 when John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon decided to make a shift from radio debates to the new format. Since then, it has been...

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Donald Trump facing Joe Biden in the race to the Presidential Election on November 3rd. As voting beings, it’s important to know not just who, but what values and changes a vote is going toward. (Visual by Tiffany Leyva)

America is in Great Need of a Rational Leader: Joe Biden

It is undeniable that the president elected this year should be one who will fortify the country from an economic, medical, and equitable standpoint. Ultimately, Joe Biden's values are the most promising when looking at what our country needs from a rational viewpoint.
Miles Huerta Oct 1, 2020

The presidential election is right around the corner and now more than ever, it's important to have strong leadership in our country. This November, it's vital that people know the facts about both candidates...

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The healthcare system in America is truly unpredictable. It has its benefits, but it also has its drawbacks; oftentimes, Americans are not given the proper care that they need.

Universal Healthcare: A Difference of Opinions

Jeremiah Saguin, Nicholas Tappin Apr 29, 2020

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Senator Sanders and Warren talk and laugh at the July 30-31, 2019 Democratic debate in Michigan. The next debate will be held March 15, 2020.

We Must Vote Democratic This 2020 Election. As Young People, Our Future Depends on It.

Madeline Mack, Staff Reporter Mar 3, 2020

This is a critical time in history and we are quickly approaching times that will determine the quality of our lives in the future. For us in California, these dates are March 3, with the most important...

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Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders stands with Alexandria Ocasio Cortez House Representative of New Yorks 14 district at his rally in Iowa. This rally turned out to be extremely successful and in the weeks following he has become the Democratic frontrunner.

The Democratic Candidates

Who’s who... and who’s doing what
Lulu Horne, Staff Reporter Feb 28, 2020

The long-awaited 2020 presidential primary elections are now in full swing. The race began with 29 Democratic candidates but has been narrowed down to six significant hopefuls.  As of the 24th of February,...

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