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Separations: The ACE out in the open

The word “separation” conjures up many emotions, often simultaneously, but rarely are they positive. It usually invokes some sense of loss or impurity. People can separate ideas from action, items from items, chemicals from chemicals, and people from other people […]

Separations: The ACE out in the open

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The word “separation” conjures up many emotions, often simultaneously, but rarely are they positive. It usually invokes some sense of loss or impurity. People can separate ideas from action, items from items, chemicals from chemicals, and people from other people […]

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Smoke signals: A response in the wake of Harvey Weinstein

Sexual assault is not something that should be a hot topic. It shouldn’t be trending, but the truth has reared its ugly head again, and now the public is

President Trump: What’s in your wallet?

At $40 a pop, Trump’s election headgear is a strange thing for the president himself to endorse now that he’s actually been elected to office. The time and place

Patriots, thou shalt not be bigots

Hatred at its finest The good news? For once, our president seemed to be too busy to tweet in a timely manner. The bad news? This was an event that warranted

Why Brian Karem’s defense of the free press matters

It’s June 27th, 2017. Secretary of Energy, Rick Perry, in his every-flowing usage of endearing colloquialisms and congenial tone, sets the stage after his brief introduction via Sarah Huckabee Sanders. First,

Independence Day highlights potential

The 4th of July is a mixed holiday. And that’s not a reference to its celebration of our mixing pot nation. No, I’m writing in regards to the mixed emotions

About a Playboy: Cooper Hefner

Apparently one year of nudity-free Playboy was one year too many. When Playboy spokespersons announced that the popular publication would no longer be featuring nudes amidst their articles, there

Portland MAX update

Various sources, including Willamette Week, The Portland Mercury, The Washington Post, and The Oregonian, continue to report on the May 26th incident on Portland’s MAX. Not only were two

Resisting hatred: Two heroes are dead after stabbing in Portland

When you think of Portland, OR you probably think of a peaceful haven for hipsters, with craft beer and vegan restaurants, man buns and vape shops. Until this year,

Reforming Healthcare Reform 2017

Part Two: If Healthcare Is Such a Joke, When Do We Get to Laugh? That poor excuse for government legislation didn’t pass. After years of Republicans bashing Obamacare, they still

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