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Sacks and Stones

In response to the dramatic number of school shootings across the United States, districts around the country are taking drastic measures to keep students safe. Following the last significant school massacre in Parkland, Florida, teachers and administrators are enacting knee-jerk policies that do little more than pay lip service to frightened parents and pupils. 634 more words

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March On!

Yesterday, millions of American students participated in the March for Life to promote social change and a renewed demand in the United States for gun control. 860 more words

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Cheaters Never Win

In yet another blow for Republicans, the Supreme Court of the United States declined yesterday to take up the case of Pennsylvania gerrymandering. In a terse single-sentence… 525 more words

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200 Minds Held Hostage at Pennridge High

On Saturday, 200 brave, patriotic, dedicated, and focused leaders of tomorrow sat in detention at Pennridge High School in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Northeast of Philadelphia, Bucks County is home to some of the highest rated school districts and communities to live in the nation and a perennial republican stronghold. 808 more words

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Back with a Vengeance

On Friday evening, Mr. Eric Swalwell (CA-15) a democratic member of the house of representatives* posted a message on Twitter. He was responding, as much of the nation did, to the firing of F.B.I. 989 more words

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The Daily Dog: Shut Him Down

Yesterday, Donald Trump announced that he would “love to see a shutdown” of the federal government. It is the first time in Washington politics that the idea of a federal shutdown has been weaponized, but it’s not the first time that Donald Trump has shut down people’s livelihoods and existence…There’s Trump’s shuttered casinos, failed real estate projects, steak company, university. 533 more words

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The Daily Dog: In Dog We Trust

Driving through Middle America along Route 66 and other interstate and local highways, one is struck by the flatness of the land. Even on the edges of Ozark hills in Missouri, rising plains in Oklahoma, or rolling knolls along the mighty Mississippi at the border of Illinois, the flatness of the so-called “Bible Belt” is overwhelming. 692 more words

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