In today’s world of mass media, we are treated to views of the mess of the 2016 presidential election, new revamps of old, beloved TV shows and new, exciting products that promise to shed those pesky pounds that just don’t seem to come off. However, we are often forgetful of the problem that rules the […]

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Call him what you will: socialist, communist, old man, curmudgeon, whatever disenfranchising name you give him. But there is one adjective you cannot use to describe him without making yourself look a fool. That word is “inauthentic.” To whom are we referring here? Formerly independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, of course. Arguably the most authentic […]

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Prefacing a description of a 2016 presidential candidate’s latest claim with, “despite lack of evidence,” is not exactly the ideal way to start. Donald Trump is by now the most commercial candidate in the race for the Republican nomination, but what are his tactics for gaining support? Lies. Slander and bigotry have won Trump the […]

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Are rules for debate even considered anymore? The past three debates on the Republican side have been filled with outrageous candidate-on-candidate attacks, hilarious screenshot-worthy Trump faces and outlandish, straight-up lies from the likes of Carly Fiorina and Ben Carson. All these happenings are pretty telling of the Republican Party at this stage in the presidential […]

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With recent intense backlash against the slaying of Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe by an American dentist, Walter Palmer, illegal hunting has been in the spotlight — and for good reason. Palmer lured Cecil out of a national park to just outside the barriers where the hunt was legal. It’s easy to see why people […]

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Common folk like us should feel proud that Shell pulled out of their multi-billion-dollar drilling endeavor in the Arctic. But honestly, who at the top of the company thought it was a good idea to go against all of the red flags that popped up en route to their goals? For a surefire three years, […]

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