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No to the SB277
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 Have you heard of the SB277 law? If you have not you should read this. If you have you should still read this.  The HB277 law is to make it were all kids who go to a public school,or a private school,day care or pres-school, or a... (more »)
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Confronting Ableism
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This is a form of discrimination or social prejudice against people with disabilities. It may also be referred to as disability discrimination. This is Ableism. We see this discrimination happen everywhere in our lives however, we... (more »)
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School Lunches or a Death Wish?
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Michelle Obama has finally managed to put more nutritious lunches in the school system, but kids are revolting against the improved lunches. One of the reasons is the nutrition. The lunches are supposed to enrich us, to help us, and to make us... (more »)
Subsection: School / College Articles  
Outrageous College Tuition
Over the past years,college tuition has skyrocketed.College tuition has been incresing since 1978. Due to this, fewer parents are able to afford college for their children. I’m not quite sure why this has happened, but there have been... (more »)
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The Pledge of Allegiance: Humble Patriotism or...
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The Pledge of Allegiance - humble patriotism or Communist practice? The Pledge of Allegiance has been common practice since the end of the Nineteenth Century. When it was created by minister Francis Bellamy, it read, "I pledge allegiance to... (more »)
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Women in Congress, Not Trapped in the Kitchen
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The 114th United States Congress was sworn in January 3rd, 2015 and these Congressional leaders look widely different from the past 200 years. Although don’t get too excited because Congress is still 80% male and 80% white but, 104 of the... (more »)
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Dear Freshmen
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Dear Freshmen, Congrats, you’ve made it this far. Now it is time, it is time for you to become the person you’re destine to be. The next 4 years are going to go by so fast, you’re going to look back and wish they... (more »)
Subsection: School / College Articles  
Students Should Get Paid for Receiving Good Grades
By , Sanford, FL
I think students should get paid when getting higher grades because it will encourage them do to well in school, this will also grant them excellent GPA, as well as getting into good colleges. In the long-run, this would provide a better... (more »)
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Why We Need The Black Panther Party Now More...
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Third parties serve an important role in American politics. Even though they never win representation, ideas they promote occasionally become popular and are adopted by the two dominant parties. With this in mind, the most relevant in terms of... (more »)
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Rachel Dolezal and Transethnicity
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As a black man in America, I have an ever-growing list of things that make me upset and that anger me on a daily basis. Rachel Dolezal is the latest addition to the aforementioned list. My problem with Ms. Dolezal “identifying” as a black... (more »)
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President Obama Endorses Air As Human...
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WASHINGTON D.C.—In a statement made at a White House press conference early Friday morning, President Barack Obama announced his support of air as a human necessity. “I think air is (uhh) something that all people need,” President Obama... (more »)
Subsection: Environment Articles  
Snow Fall
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The snow falls three, sometimes four or five months out of the year. It can be thick clumps or thin flurries. It can stick in heavy snow banks or disappear, leaving a wet, slick ground. It falls down our backs and to our toes and makes our... (more »)
Subsection: Love / Relationships Articles  
Coffee Cup
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He liked milk in his coffee because he liked to watch it stir up when he touched it. And maybe that’s why he liked me. Because he sure as hell liked to watch me crumble as his fingers trailed across my skin. Just like his coffee he would brush... (more »)
Subsection: Love / Relationships Articles  
Professional Sports... And What's Ruining...
Something has to be done about professional sports, what h?appened t?o them. They used to be fun to watch as a fan, but now, with all the problems, there is no enjoyment in watching professional sports as a fan. One of the biggest problems in... (more »)
Subsection: Sports / Hobbies Articles  
Why the Chinese Believe in Buddhism
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Buddhism, one of the world’s largest religions with a notable amount of believers, originated in ancient Nepal and was introduced to China, which was an astonishing great empire, in the Common Era. It was deemed orthodox for approximately... (more »)
Subsection: Spirituality / Religion Articles  
The Power of Words
By , Franklinton, LA
Most young people today don't value a good book. They would rather watch a television show or stay on social media. The truth is, they are missing out on one of the best parts of life.  The words within those pages tell a story: a... (more »)
Subsection: School / College Articles  
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