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In a World of Critics, Be a Creator

In a World of Critics, Be a Creator by Kelly Hackmann Politics vs. Super Volcanoes Do you ever worry about the Yellowstone super volcano erupting and covering a majority of North America in ash, blotting out the sun for a

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Racism and Communication: How the Message Gets Obscured

Racism and Communication: How the Message Gets Obscured by Paul Dutton The Social Justice Warrior movement, at its most charitable reading and basic core, seeks to abolish racism, queerphobia, sexism/Patriarchy, and the like. Believing these forces are wrong and/or unfounded,

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Know Thy Enemy: a Classier Take on Class Warfare

Know Thy Enemy: a Classier Take on Class Warfare by Sable Levy In case you didn’t know it, the ultra-rich are widely vilified—particularly within movements such as Occupy Wall Street and the political campaign of Bernie Sanders, which has captured the

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After Super Tuesday, What’s Next?

After Super Tuesday, What’s Next? by Jack Enright Texans voted along with 11 other states during the Super Tuesday primary elections on March 1. For the Republicans, Ted Cruz won Texas and many Plains States, whereas Donald Trump took most

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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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