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An Inconvenient Truth for Donald Trump

Martin Strom, Contributing Writer

May 22, 2017

Filed under Opinion

As the 100-day mark of Donald Trump’s Presidency came and went, we were once again reminded that our news media should be given “a big, fat, failing grade" at being authentic; apparently they have not been covering our fearless leader’s ‘achievements’ to his degree of satisfaction. Meanwhile, at the White House Correspondent’s Dinner, which was absent a U.S. President for the firs...

Changing a Form of Government, One Privatization at a Time

Changing a Form of Government, One Privatization at a Time

May 5, 2017

It seems Republicans want to privatize everything having to do with government services, from schools, prisons, and health care, to water, public lands...

Op Ed: What Kate Chopin’s Feminist Classic Can Teach Millennials

Op Ed: What Kate Chopin’s Feminist Classic Can Teach Millennials

April 6, 2017

"The bird that would soar above the level plain of tradition and prejudice must have strong wings.” -Kate Chopin

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Why “Selfie Stick” Is Listed On My Business Card

Why “Selfie Stick” Is Listed On My Business Card

March 3, 2017

Many people on social media are already greatly familiar with the concept of the selfie stick.  It is essentially a cheap monopod for your phone which...

Don’t Mess With the Press

Don’t Mess With the Press

March 3, 2017

When President Trump spoke to the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) crowd last week, he ramped up his usual rhetoric using language of a demagogu...

Knowledge Without Borders

Knowledge Without Borders

February 20, 2017

I'm excited to be on a plane again. That feeling of not knowing what to expect of a new place is a sensation I share with all the great explorers, from...

Op-Ed: A Case for Civic Engagement

Op-Ed: A Case for Civic Engagement

February 17, 2017

There is a case brewing in society stemming from the growing polarization in government. The Plaintiff (Civic Engagement) charges the Defendant (Apathy) of launching a direct assault on Democracy by fostering a lack of interest in people with regards to government and its role and significance in society.

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Sports Bigger than Legislation?

Sports Bigger than Legislation?

February 10, 2017

When Donald Trump signed an executive order limiting travel for seven “countries of concern,” he did more than stir the pot; he struck fear in the hearts of countless people. In the pen stroke heard ‘round the world, one group, for the time being, managed to escape persecution from the witch hunt: athletes.

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Editorial: ACC Pres Offers Statement on Travel Ban — and Not Much Else

Editorial: ACC Pres Offers Statement on Travel Ban — and Not Much Else

February 9, 2017

In a diplomatic --and honestly appreciated-- effort to address the student body for which she is responsible, ACC’s president Dr. Diana Doyle sent out a mass...

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