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- 04/20/17--22:50: _Smith: Acting black...
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- 04/20/17--22:50: Smith: Acting black, acting the part
- 04/23/17--22:42: Custardo: Gorsuch’s first decision turns out to be pro-death
- 04/24/17--22:00: Schrichfield: No more ignorance
- 04/24/17--22:01: Elliot: Leap the year, more or less
- 04/25/17--22:41: Rosario: Stand Your Ground bad
- 04/26/17--22:05: Weigel: Foundation for tyranny
- 04/27/17--21:57: Williams: Trump: the identity politician
By Wylliam Smith Wylliamfirstname.lastname@example.org I was sitting in my French class about a week ago when I overheard a conversation that truly shocked me. A student was talking about how he was robbed. It started out as a sad story, but then at the very end of it he said something along the lines of […]
By Katrina Custardo email@example.com Well, here we are. After refusing to do their jobs as senators during the end of the Obama administration, and after completely ignoring how to do things the correct way (i.e. a 60-plus vote for a new justice), we now have Neil Gorsuch to complete the Republican government triad. And now […]
By Stephen Schrichfield firstname.lastname@example.org A recent Oval Office photo of President Trump posing at the resolute desk surrounded by Sarah Palin, Kid Rock, and Ted Nugent made something very apparent to me: The Trump administration has an obsession with attempting to make ignorance the norm. Last week, Palin told CNN, “So, yes, I invited my […]
By Beau Elliot email@example.com So there I was, minding my own business when a friend sauntered up (saunter alert) and asked me who invented leap years. Trick question, I figured. Kind of like asking who invented weather. (Safe answer: Ancient Egyptians after observing the Nile. Which of course makes them Nile-ists.) So I said, God […]
By Isabella Rosario firstname.lastname@example.org Earlier this month, Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad signed a bill that foresees major changes to the state’s firearm laws — including a new Stand Your Ground provision. Following the bill’s signing, Rep. Matt Windschitl, R-Missouri Valley, declared “Iowans got their freedoms back today.” But studies showing the ugly truth of Stand […]
By Zach Weigel email@example.com With the passage of Easter and recent bout of warmer weather it appears safe to say that spring has finally sprung. Yet for those of us attuned to the news we know that the current change in season has been accompanied by more than the usual sentiment of springtime bliss. Growing […]
By Dan Williams firstname.lastname@example.org Since President Trump’s election, there has been much finger pointing in what amounts to a cultural “whodunnit.” One of the targets of the commentators has been that nebulous phrase “identity politics.” The precise causes of the 2016 election result will remain obscure for some time, but we need a narrative now […]