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Repealing Obamacare Part One: Making America sick again

  When the Affordable Care Act (ACA) took off, we had no way of anticipating how many people would need — and use — their healthcare coverage for (drum roll) preventative care. No matter how you slice it, research shows […]

Repealing Obamacare Part One: Making America sick again

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  When the Affordable Care Act (ACA) took off, we had no way of anticipating how many people would need — and use — their healthcare coverage for (drum roll) preventative care. No matter how you slice it, research shows […]

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Analyze this, you well adjusted readers

As well as the nice readers that wouldn’t be so judgmental. Years ago, when I was still trudging through somewhere between 15-19 credits and working overnights trying to get the

Oscar! Oscar! Who has the Oscar?

Well, that happened. We officially had a Kanye West moment at the Oscars, but the fault lies simply with negligence, not pride. The instant that Warren Beatty squinted and completed

Oscars: Frankly my dear you should give a damn

Or, In Defense of the Oscars February 26th will bring the 89th Academy Awards, and a whopping record number of firsts. This will be the first year in which the Academy

Farewell to Charms

A Farewell to Charms By Megan Wallin President Barack Obama’s Farewell Address was met with words like “soaring” and “powerful.” Diana Pearl’s article for “People” documented Twitter reactions, ranging from emotional: Shelby

Lasting Impressions: Take this book on your next hike

A picture truly is worth a thousand words, even to a prolific author. Ron Irwin, author of 13 books so far, is now publishing one that focuses not on words,

Family in America: What does it mean?

Search keywords and phrases like “family structure” or “family form” into Google Scholar, and watch as pages of outdated article from the 1980s populate your screen. The reason is because

Gone Fishering

We lost artistic forces of nature in 2016. Those who died were people who lined the outskirts of music and expression, from David Bowie and Leonard Cohen to Patty

Sleep into the future with NASA

Sleeping for Science With the passing John Glenn, along with all the recent changes in our country, you might be wondering if it’s possible to honor the memory of a

Let’s draft Nasty Women

Bustle’s Rachel Simon wrote an article on the virtues of being a nasty woman, and it was brilliant. Perhaps now that the present day political situation is such an uncertain

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