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Libby O’Connell: ‘World War I changed everything’

On April 6, America and many of its allies will solemnly commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the United States’ entry into World War I. The war had a lasting impact, both here and abroad, but even today people still […]

Libby O’Connell: ‘World War I changed everything’

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On April 6, America and many of its allies will solemnly commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the United States’ entry into World War I. The war had a lasting impact, both here and abroad, but even today people still […]

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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

The New Year is less than a day away, don’t despair

It appears everyone hates 2016. I mean, really hates the year of their Lord, 2016. Could it get any more twisted? Not much really. Let’s face it: here in

Well played, President Putin

You can’t say that Russian President Vladimir Putin hasn’t learned anything from the sixteen years he served as a foreign intelligence officer with the KGB where he attained the

President Obama grants clemency to 231 individuals

Today (Monday, December 19, 2016), President Obama granted clemency to 231 deserving individuals — the most individual acts of clemency granted in a single day by any president in

President Obama bans oil exploration and drilling in Arctic and Atlantic Oceans

Today, in a statement by the White House Press Secretary, President Obama announced, “[D]ue to the important, irreplaceable values of its Arctic waters for Indigenous, Alaska Native and local communities’

Donald Trump and the GOP will be a disaster for America

For the past few weeks I have lived with a fear in the pit of my stomach that the pollsters were getting it wrong, that there was data they

Solitary Confinement saps our country’s collective conscience

Over 125 years ago, in a death penalty case called In re Medley, 134 U.S. 160, 170-71 (1890), the United States Supreme Court wrote that solitary confinement was a

Please, posthumously pardon Marcus Garvey

Early this week, The Gleaner, Jamaica’s oldest and most respected daily newspaper, reported on that country’s continuing efforts to pave the way for the United States – and specifically, President Barack Obama

Debatable thoughts: Ass Hats and peanuts, which are worse?

Vice Presidential debates are pretty much like the NFL Pro Bowl; a waste of everyone’s time. I love to follow what is going on, but I have to admit,

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