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Why Keeping Up is Vital

We curate our world. Now, more than ever before, we can chose what we consume and when. Don’t like something? You can silence, mute and unfollow. 1,073 more words



Let’s go visit the internet.

Wikipedia tells us that a troglodyte is essentially a cave dweller. Several other sites that showed up during my search suggested someone who lives in dens of sticks, and one said troglodytes enjoy the adventures of misbehaving dragons. 337 more words

Make Your Voice Heard

With Election Day scheduled to take place on November 2018, it will soon be time for us to exercise our civic responsibility to vote.

As part of a citywide effort to help our students raise their voices and participate in our democracy, on… 168 more words


American Renaissance 2018: Mass Market Appeal?

American Renaissance 2018

Samantha Hilton

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Going to AmRen was the most impulsive thing I’ve done in the past seven years. Although I’ve been attending local events, the idea of flying alone, halfway across the country, to an event with a notorious reputation according to my liberal city, is not something a sensible person like me would ever do. 4,424 more words

White Nationalism

Farmer & Fascist

Jorian Jenks: Farmer & Fascist

A. Graham

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Philip M. Coupland
Farming, Fascism and Ecology: A Life of Jorian Jenks
London and New York: Routledge, 2017 (Routledge Studies in Fascism and the Far Right) 1,591 more words

Western Culture

How many more of our children will we sacrifice?

The problem is with crossings, and our Indianness put together (a lethal cocktail that demands that accidents will happen and they do). There is no reason on earth to have level crossings in the first place. 289 more words

Being Indian

Digital Civic Responsibility

The internet is a wonderful place. It can provide us with the opportunity to experience different communities and cultures from the comfort of our own living room. 262 more words