Young Voices, Big Choices

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Vote, a formal indication of a choice between two or more candidates or courses of action, expressed typically through a ballot or a show of hands or by voice. Choice, an act of selecting… Continue reading

CAN We Do It? How to Get Your Feet in the Door of Politics

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How can a woman get her foot in the door of a tightly knit group of society eating, idea killing, and condescending men?

Making Adoption Available for Everyone

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More and more these days, the phrase ‘my vote won’t make a difference’ is being spoken and believed, especially in concern to the Electoral College. However, that is not the case. Every vote,… Continue reading

Viva La KONY 2012

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In an age of technology, trends come and go within minutes of each other. One such incident happened in 2012. It started with a YouTube video titled Kony 2012. Incidents such as these… Continue reading

Liberty and Justice for All*

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In the United States, transgender women have a life expectancy of 35 years. This is less than half of the life expectancy of cisgender women at 86.6 years. Although the 14th amendment guarantees… Continue reading

Religious views preventing birth control coverage

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            Birth control has one main use that everyone can understand from the word itself – controlling birth.  There are several different forms of birth control that can… Continue reading

Creating a Clean Slate: Stopping Presidential Mudslining Before it Begins

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With presidential debates getting messier than ever, it is time for voters to take a stand and force these mudslinging candidates to clean up or clear out.

America in the Middle East: What do Our Candidates Think?

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At the age of 18, citizens are allowed to vote. What does this mean? Every person will make a decision. In general, that will be Republican or Democrat. What will these two parties offer as solutions to the current crisis in the Middle East?

Foiling the Foolage of Social Media

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Social Media is EVERYWHERE!  Duh!  It is becoming a regular part of our everyday life.  People of all ages and backgrounds use it.  With 2016 being an election year social media has been… Continue reading

Childhood Obesity

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The obesity epidemic can no longer be ignored. As of 2016, about 13 million children have been diagnosed with obesity (Understanding). If this trend continues, then future generation will see an increase in… Continue reading