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Hindsights in History: A Statue of Limitations

Hindsights in History: A Statue of Limitations

While some may call the president’s move unparalleled, this ban follows a long line of discriminatory restrictions based on place of origin.

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A Step Away from a Thousand Years of Darkness: Letter to the Closeted Conservative

A Step Away from a Thousand Years of Darkness: Letter to the Closeted Conservative

Aoun told our university that we are an “inclusive and mutually respectful” community. You know that isn’t entirely true—because you are a conservative.

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#TrumpTweetWatch2k17: Chicago, protests and the media

This tweet has less focus in 140 characters than I have in my multiple attempts to write this column.

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Dissecting the DNC: Democrats must embrace progressive ideals

An establishment opposition to Donald Trump did not work during the election, and it will not work during his presidency.

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The Future is Female: Why I marched in Boston

I participated in the Women’s March in Boston this weekend, and I am still a journalist.

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World Scope: The Upcoming Political Trials of Germany and France

A mesh of slowly-evolved economic populism and more recently, nationalism, seems to have swept Britain and the United States in its path and is currently heading for Germany and France as they hold their respective federal and presidential elections.

by × January 26, 2017 × 0 comments

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Opening the Cabinet: Scott Pruitt for the Environmental Protection Agency

Opening the Cabinet: Scott Pruitt for the Environmental Protection Agency

With Pruitt’s appointment, Trump has sent his message loud and clear: The environment is not a pressing concern, and America will not take a leadership role in minimizing the detrimental effects of climate change.

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Technobabble: Net Neutrality Under Trump

Without regulations, the consumer will be left even more powerless, and ensured equal and fair access to the Internet will become things of the past.

by × January 26, 2017 × 0 comments

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Hindsights in History: Finding Larry David’s “Me First” Policy in American Politics

Never has a bitter, balding man on television so eloquently described the convictions of political parties throughout the history of the United States (aside from Sen. Sanders, of course).

by × January 26, 2017 × 0 comments

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#TrumpTweetWatch2k17: How We Got Here

#TrumpTweetWatch2k17: How We Got Here

Welcome to #TrumpTweetWatch2k17, the unironic-but-oh-man-I-wish-we-had-the-luxury-of-irony-right-now hashtag I’m using to ring in the new year and the new presidency.

by × January 19, 2017 × 0 comments