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OPINION: Is There Room for Pro-Life Women in Feminism?

By Rachael Andrews After the Women’s March on Washington on January 21, a day after Donald Trump’s inauguration, drew historic crowds and brought together women from all over the country to D.C., Emily Crockett of Vox wrote an article titled, “Can you be a pro-life feminist? The Women’s March on Washington offered some insights,” and…


Fakes, Frauds and Phonies

By Grant Mercer The Boston newspaper gave a detailed account of the gruesome event. Leather pouches, brimming with cash and jewelry, were found stuffed inside a wooden trunk. Beneath the pouches rested yet another bag, this one filled with the bloody scalps of American soldiers along with a letter addressed to a foreign leader asking him…

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Jurgen Klinsmann: Mediocre at best?

By Vaibhav Kumar U.S. soccer fans have been patiently waiting for a team that can finally be competitive against top-tier countries around the world. They envisioned a team where fans wouldn’t have to worry about losing to teams like Honduras and Panama but could compete against teams like Brazil and Spain. Sadly, they have been…

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To PC or not to PC?
It’s Ultimately an Identity Question

This article originally appeared in the Fall 2016 edition of the Georgia Political Review. By Emily Maloney In his keynote speech at the Republican National Convention, Donald Trump stated that he “will present the facts plainly and honestly. We cannot afford to be so politically correct anymore.” His vendetta against political correctness has become a centerpiece of…

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Thanks Obama – A Presidential Reflection

This article originally appeared in the Fall 2016 edition of the Georgia Political Review. By Austin McCandlish Politicians have long evoked fervent emotions, but few have done so as much as our current president. The year Barack Obama took office, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Concurrently, an entire movement was founded upon the principal that…

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Opinion: Merrick Garland Blues

By Torus Lu Eight months ago, Merrick Garland was nominated to the Supreme Court, only to face unprecedented obstruction from Senate Republicans.  Meanwhile, America has suffered the negative consequences of an empty seat in the highest court in the nation. Since Justice Antonin Scalia’s death on February 13, the Supreme Court has faced severe limitations…

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The Battle Over the Supreme Court

By Bhanodai Pippala With less than a week before Election Day, Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump has suffered declining support after the audio leak of his lewd conversation with Access Hollywood’s Billy Bush. In response to the leak, many prominent Republicans including U.S. Senator from Arizona John McCain retracted their support for the 2016 Republican Presidential…

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Is Donald Trump Changing Political Campaigns?

By Alex Soderstrom With November 8 approaching, one of the wildest election cycles in recent American history is coming to a close. While plenty of attention has been given to the scandals of both Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and her Republican counterpart Donald Trump, a possibly groundbreaking development has been largely ignored. As Clinton and…

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