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Reagan Was Not a Neoconservative (He Was a Christian Realist)

BRANDON J. WEICHERT | THE WEICHERT REPORT

By now, the term “neoconservative” is as overused as it is tired–and inaccurate. Yet, when it first came into being during the late 1970s (supposedly by… 4,837 more words

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My Sister's Keeper (A Short Story)

*Any feedback is welcome, it’s a work in progress.

Here’s a remedy for stress: run away from your problems! In all honesty, that’s probably not the best of solutions, but people assume it is. 4,048 more words

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Let Go, or Be Dragged

The moment of truth has finally arrived.

My university sent a work offer to me for the 2018-2019 academic year, and I actually turned it down. 1,095 more words

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Unintentional Intersectional: the Relevance of Inclusive Sport Teams

Last weekend I participated with the Brussels team in the biannual world championship of inclusive rugby, the Bingham Cup. As a new player for the Straffe Ketten team, it was my first time at this surprisingly intersectional and diverse sport event. 650 more words

Poetic Warfare

“Because...”

He was “Dad” to my brothers, “Daddy” sometimes, Henry to most and Hank to his co-workers. How could one average sized man carry so many aliases? 1,363 more words

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