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I Am a Survivor of My Public Schools' Liberal Brainwashing

I have always thought that it was something of a miracle that my public education in deep-blue, teachers’ union-dominated inner-city Boston got me to where I am today—as a student in the Ivy League and, more importantly, the National News Editor of the renowned  749 more words

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SA Presidential Candidates: Choosing the Least Worst

Come next Monday and Tuesday, every Cornell student casting his or her vote Student Assembly (SA) President will be stuck between a rock and a hard place. 778 more words

Campus & Local

About Those Macbooks... (Read If You're An Anti-Israeli Hypocrite)

In 2010, it was reported 70% of incoming college students used Macs. At a college like Cornell, one can surmise the percentage of anti-Israeli students supporting Boycott, Sanctions, and Divestment (BDS) is about the same. 379 more words

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Stop Conservative Whining

If there’s one thing I dislike more than hearing liberals whine, it’s hearing conservatives whine. It is time conservatives, libertarians, and the center-right stop the pouting, complaining, and babying, and instead begin to understand the reality of the campus political climate. 326 more words

Cornell Review

A Better Form of Capitalism?

As a business student, the subject of capitalism comes up frequently in classes. As you would expect, most professors’ attitudes towards it are wholly negative. If they are not outright hostile, then they only begrudgingly accept it as a necessary evil. 242 more words

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After Midterm Wave, Republicans Must Reject Identity Politics

Republicans and conservatives need to stop gloating about the race and gender of some of the new Republicans entering Congress after the midterm elections.

Why? Well, first off, it only invites criticism rather than praise from Democrats. 497 more words

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Cancel the Midterms? No, Make Elections as Frequent as Possible

In the past few days there’s been a lot of talk about doing away with the midterm elections. Of course, this topic has only sprung up as it has become increasingly clear, though not certain, that the GOP will win a majority in the Senate tonight and increase its majority in the House.  396 more words

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