Monthly Archives: October 2015

Gun Rights are Civil Rights

Gun Rights are Civil Rights By Noel Jett Content warning: this article contains mentions and discussions of suicide, rape, and transphobia.  Proceed with caution as needed. Modern day liberalism seems to be grounded in the desire for human rights.  Usually,

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Announcing the Inaugural TMI Blog Team!

Announcing the Inaugural TMI Blog Team! The Texas Millennial Institute is thrilled to announce the formation of the TMI Blog Team! Created to help make the Texan millennial voice heard, the blog will feature a wide variety of subject matter

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Recapping TMI’s Foreign Policy Summit

Recapping TMI’s Foreign Policy Summit This past Saturday, the Texas Millennial Institute hosted its first single-issue summit, “Make Conversation, Not War,” on the topic of foreign policy.  TMI leaders and volunteers from across the state came out to make it

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Let’s Talk about Brunch Attire

Let’s Talk about Brunch Attire by Noelle Mandell  This is part II of a series on Brunch, you can find the other part here. Brunch is a time to get together with friends and discuss ideas over food and drinks.

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What Pro Wrestling Teaches us about Police

What Pro Wrestling Teaches us about Police by Enzo Quesada Somewhere within the depths of growing up in a working class family, having an affinity for theater and playing pretend-fighting as a kid, I became a hardcore fan of professional

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We had a great Socratic Happy Hour last night over Alexis de Tocqueville’s essay “What Despotism Democratic Nations Have to Fear.” We’re loving these drinks and the discussion! Stay tuned on details for next month’s gathering. ... See MoreSee Less

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