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Homeless in Seattle - What does it cost?

Op-Ed By Sarena Minden

SEATTLE – This beautiful place is one of the most well-loved and well-known cities on the West Coast, but how much does it cost to live here? 674 more words

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Do we have right to see everything?

We, as in you and me, specifically about the Trump campaign spying alleged to have been conducted by the left-leaning members of our intelligence agencies. 209 more words

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Book Review Series: #4 Debt: The First 5000 Years by David Graeber.

by Sanjana Medipally

The first slaughtered idea that economists like to talk about is barter and before the modern economy, there was only bartering, but according to anthropologists like David Graeber in his book Debt: The first 5,000 years, ‘there’s not a shred of evidence to support it.’ Graeber is indeed an intellectual of the radical left and was one of the instigators of the “Occupy Wall Street” movement. 1,216 more words

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Retired Baby Boomers Impact Summer Selling Season

Neponset Valley’s real estate market remains strong, and this summers’s selling season promises to continue that trend. Driving the market is a healthy supply of inventory due to empty-nest Baby Boomers planning to downsize to spaces that mean less time spent on maintenance and more time focusing on their active lifestyles and penchant for travel. 360 more words

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It's time we had answers.

In a move that many people reacted to with “It’s about time” the President formally ordered an investigation into the claims that his campaign was surveilled and perhaps infiltrated by the justice and intelligence community for… 149 more words

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A Letter To Barnard

By Rachael Severino

Dear Dean Hinkson,

I am writing to you today to explain why I will not be applying to Barnard College for my Bachelor’s degree this fall. 1,054 more words

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The Electoral College is Partisan

Op-Ed by Kaleb Nichols

“I think it needs to be eliminated.” That was Hillary Clinton in mid-September 2017 in an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper, reflecting on the 2016 election and the flaws in the electoral college that allowed her controversial opponent to take office (Merica). 714 more words

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