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There is so much to say, but alternative facts are never the answer.
After last night’s Presidential ‘debate’, I don’t have much motivation. What an embarrassing display. It’s a shame we put those term limits on the Presidency.
Tonight is the first debate between Hillary Clinton (D) and Donald Trump (R). Here’s to substance, not buffoonery.
Be informed about gun violence in the U.S. At The Guardian, you can follow the number of killings this year (566 so far) and where the shootings happen. From DRES Tha BEATnik on Instagram: you cannot wear a hoodie. you … Continue reading
The news over the weekend that Supreme Court Justice Scalia died, has put American politics into a whirligig of absurdity and hypocrisy. Valentine’s Day, on Sunday, can often be viewed as a saccharin example of hetero-normative commercialism. Oh gosh. I’m … Continue reading
The past 10 days have been tumultuous, to say the least, living in Columbia. The Mizzou movements resulted in resignations and leaves of office and then on Friday, a city I love so very much, was brutally attacked. Vive la … Continue reading
There’s a lot of talk and action here in Columbia, about and around the University of Missouri and recent calls for University President Wolfe and Chancellor Loftin to resign or be removed. In the coming days, we must listen instead … Continue reading
1 October 2015 Senator Claire McCaskill, Senator Roy Blunt, and Representative Vicki Hartzler, I am your constituent. This fall marks my eleventh year living in the state of Missouri. Today marks the 41st time there has been a shooting at … Continue reading
The following recruitment video from the University of Alabama chapter of Alpha Phi has received quite the backlash. Criticism of the video led Alpha Phi to remove all social media accounts. I couldn’t help but think of the local Alpha … Continue reading