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  • Opinion > Social Issues / Civics
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    Currently, in America, there is a debate about whether or not juveniles should be tried as adults. If I were to ask 100 people a question as to whether kids should be tried as adults, I am sure that I would get many different answers. Mike Hendricks believes that children should be tried as juveni...
  • Hot Topics > Pride & Prejudice
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    For hundreds of years racism has been a big problem in society. Frederick Douglass best depicts racism in his autobiography, Frederick Douglass. He suffered through many hardships while he was a slave, and was fortunate to get out of slavery alive. Affirmative action is a way to increase the amounts...
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    Modern technology has evolved significantly in the last ten to twenty years. When computers first came out, they were the size of one room. Now they have evolved so much that we can travel with them in our backpacks. Many people argue whether or not technology has an effect on the way that kids grow...
  • Fiction > Action-Adventure
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    There are many things that I have done with my family. My favorite activity is to go hunting with my dad. Hunting is a time when we can go and relax and have fun. I do not even think about school, and I can leave all of my worries behind. When we finally decide to start our drive, it is usually...
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    It was just another chapel day at school. Before school started I overheard Johnny talking about what he did in his Sunday school class how he learned about the New Testament, and how he wanted to become a better Christian. Class had been let out and everyone was filling up the lobby of the chapel. ...

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