Warren Plans to Implement Universal Free Public College and Cancellation of Student Loan Debt

By Kyle Durant: Last month, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) announced on Twitter her plan for universally free public college and the cancellation of student loan debt. Warren, a 2020 presidential candidate, has long been a supporter of free college and the elimination of student loan debt. Warren was previously a co-sponsor of Sen. Bernie Sanders’ …

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Music Vs. The Artists Views: Kanye West

By Leilah Bruno: On Easter Sunday, Kanye West held a big Sunday service which took place on the last day of Coachella. Kanye's Sunday Services have been a constant event that consist heavily on music instead of the usual sermons. It all started in Kim and Kanye's home, where they hosted these services before moving …

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New App Rates Businesses Based on Political Inclusiveness

By Kyle Durant: The common saying, “there’s an app for that” has reached a new level. 63red, a “family of conservative tools,” has created an app which the Washington Post cites as being similar to Yelp. The newest app to launch from the 63red company, 63red Safe, allows users to rate companies, restaurants and other …

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Virginia Governor Northam In Hot Water, Should He Resign?

By Patricia Sliney: Controversy appears to keep surrounding some of the top lawmakers in Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam was recently accused of sporting blackface in his 1984 medical school yearbook, which he admitted to on February 1st. There has been much controversy over this situation, as locals in Virginia as well as Americans across the country …

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New Legislation Seeks to Implement No-First-Use Policy

By Kyle Durant: Late last month, identical bills were introduced in both the House and Senate aimed at preventing the United States from using nuclear weapons for any reason other than retaliation to a nuclear attack. The bill seeks to establish the policy of the United States regarding the no-first-use of nuclear weapons. It was …

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Kamala Harris Smoking Weed and Speaking on Her Blackness

By Leilah Bruno: On Martin Luther King Jr Day, January, 27, 2019, Senator Kamala Harris announced her run for president. She brought up her resolutions on progressive issues and her attempts to fight for the middle class. As a Democrat, her political stance seems to replicate what many of the people in the working middle class value. Her opinions on things like …

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Echoes of the Suffrage Movement at the State of the Union

By Erin Keating: More than one hundred years after the beginning of the suffrage movement, women are joining forces yet again. During President Trump’s annual State of the Union Address, female lawmakers wore white as a sign of solidarity.  The House Democratic Women’s Working Group invited female lawmakers to wear the color white during this …

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