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Debates, Gangs and Timbuktu

LeRyan Wolfe, Writer

October 7, 2016

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The recent presidential debate was an interesting event. I respect the preparation of Hillary Clinton, and I am intrigued by the intellect of Donald Trump. Donald Trump proposed the idea of resurrecting ‘Stop-and-Frisk’....

Update on Flint Michigan

Update on Flint Michigan

October 4, 2016

Hillary: Seeing Double

Alex Johnson, Writer

October 4, 2016

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On September 11 2016, the world came together witness to the most shocking thing since sliced bread. Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has a body double. At first this may seem as some blasphemous Republican, Donald...

To All Who Will Internalize

LeRyan Wolfe, Writer

October 4, 2016

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Today is Tuesday, September 20th 2016. I woke up this morning with troubling news of an unarmed black man shot by a police officer.  The unarmed black man was Terence Crutcher, the place was Tulsa, Oklahoma. As a young black...

Gun Control: Policies or Controversies?

JaCarla Anderson, Writer

September 29, 2016

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With the upcoming election, there are many things people are starting to wonder about. One of the major things on people’s minds are the gun control policies. When the new president takes over, where will these old policies...

Why get Mad at Protestors?

LeRyan Wolfe, Writer

September 29, 2016

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As an American, I have been under the impression that we live within a democracy. In a democracy, people learn to agree to disagree. In a democracy, the public should be able to come to a consensus through processes like voting....

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