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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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What Dank Memes, Drinking Games, and “Donald Tramp” Tell Us about the State of Politics

What Dank Memes, Drinking Games, and “Donald Tramp” Tell Us about the State of Politics by Noelle Mandell Millennials are the largest and most diverse generation in the history of our country.  Right now we’re in the prime of our

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Happy Texas Independence Day, y’all!

Happy Texas Independence Day, y’all! by Dustin Lané Happy Texas Independence Day, y’all!  And Happy Birthday to Sam Houston!  On March 2nd, 1836, settlers in Mexican Texas adopted the Texas Declaration of Independence, which declared their independence from Mexico and created the

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Announcing TMI’s Spring Forums

Announcing TMI’s Spring Forums With the success of our first season hosting single-issue summits and forums behind us, TMI is excited to gets things rolling again with a new array of forums this spring on a number of hot topics.

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Tuition, Subsidies, and Hazlitt’s Lesson

Tuition, Subsidies, and Hazlitt’s Lesson by Taylor Pace As of 2015 the National Student Debt reached $1.3 trillion with the average student loan debt at about $29,000. Many former college students are discovering it is difficult to pay back such

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The Real Meaning of “Democratic Socialism”

The Real Meaning of “Democratic Socialism” by Jack Enright 2016 marks an increasingly divisive year in the realm of electoral politics. The candidacies of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders have energized their respective parties, with Trump only recently losing his significant

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School Choice? Pfft, we need Public Cafeterias!

School Choice?  Pfft, we need Public Cafeterias! by Carsten Hood The public school system is rife with problems, but Americans have long grown accustomed to those problems.  Unfortunately, the education market is not structured to reflect people’s real choices and

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Houston, We Have a Pothole Problem

Houston, We Have a Pothole Problem The Solution? The Sharing Economy. by Noelle Mandell I don’t know about you, but I’ve had my fill of talk about potholes. Whether it’s in the political arena or simply your friend lamenting as

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Stop Whining About Young People: A Young Person Responds

Stop Whining About Young People: A Young Person Responds by Noel Jett There’s a lot of junk out there about how “kids these days” are the dumbest, rudest, laziest generation ever.  I’m here to take the best of it and

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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Donald

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Donald by Jack Enright It wouldn’t be a stretch to consider the 2016 election cycle as being defined by Donald Trump. The real estate mogul has consistently stolen the spotlight from candidates

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