Facing the liberal snobbery that helped elect Trump
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Facing the liberal snobbery that helped elect Trump

Democrats need to come to terms with their party’s elitist tendencies Here’s the liberal snob’s view of things: America proved itself this election as an eminently stupid nation.…

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Is America on the cusp of a historic decline?
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Is America on the cusp of a historic decline?

Donald Trump’s improbable triumph answers no questions What’s the story of this election? How, in the months ahead of Donald Trump’s inauguration, do we confront the uncertainty we…

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Guest Opinion: Connections between Brexit, the Colombian peace process and the US presidential election
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Guest Opinion: Connections between Brexit, the Colombian peace process and the US presidential election

This year, three important governmental elections have taken place around the world — in Great Britain, Colombia and the United States of America. There are multiple connections among…

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Guest Opinion: No on Prop 54: a special-interest power grab
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Guest Opinion: No on Prop 54: a special-interest power grab

There’s been a lot of talk about big money and the power of special interests in our elections this year. Proposition 54 embodies the worst of both. Prop…

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Guest Opinion: Colin Kaepernick, Hillary Clinton, the double standard of political correctness
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Guest Opinion: Colin Kaepernick, Hillary Clinton, the double standard of political correctness

How the alt-right gets PC wrong Donald Trump has spent much of the 2016 presidential campaign railing against political correctness. And you know what? I agree with him.…

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Letter to the Editor: Not your victim
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Letter to the Editor: Not your victim

Holding journalists and representatives accountable Rap music, as it was intended, has lit a fire and got white people in their feelings. In an opinion column written last…

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Make the essay great again: Why I chose to write an English paper in Trump’s voice
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Make the essay great again: Why I chose to write an English paper in Trump’s voice

Taking academic risks can help students learn more effectively Two important things happened to me in middle school: I was accepted into honors English and President Obama was…

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Guest Opinion: I left my heart at Standing Rock
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Guest Opinion: I left my heart at Standing Rock

Native Americans are a ceremonial people of song and prophecy. One prophecy, that of the Seventh Fire, predicts that protectors from the four sacred directions will rise to…

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Guest Opinion: Vote Yes on Prop 54 to Put Voters Ahead of Special Interests
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Guest Opinion: Vote Yes on Prop 54 to Put Voters Ahead of Special Interests

The 2016 presidential election has without question shown that Americans are frustrated with the political process. From the presidential nominees to the lack of transparency and accountability in…

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