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November 20, 2018

Opinion & Editorial

Opinion & Editorial

The Rise of the Nanoinfluencers

Not all people who plug products on Instagram have big follower numbers. (Wikimedia Commons) You can’t open your Instagram feed without seeing those #ads popping up across your screen. Instantly, recognizable influencers hold up shampoos, hair gummies and various drinks against luxurious backdrops, plugging products in return for commissions. It is widely known that “influencing”

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After months of public humiliation, Jeff Sessions is out

  Jeff Sessions, US Attorney General, resigned on November 7. (Gage Skidmore/Creative Commons)   On November 7, the United States Attorney General submitted his letter of resignation to President Trump, who has hounded him for months  Once, Trump was quite fond of his Attorney General, lauding Sessions as “a world-class legal mind,” and “a truly

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2018 Midterms: Mass-Marginalization of the American Moderate 

On Tuesday, November 6, Democrats wrested control of the House from their Republican rivals.  Courtesy/Wikimedia Commons   For the past several years, racism, demagoguery, fraud, corruption, elitism, obstructionism, and just about every other word describing how not to run a country have been rampant through Capitol Hill. Congress can’t agree on anything: every split decision

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Let the Migrant Caravan In – Legally 

The migrant caravan headed for the US-Mexico border has reignited America’s debate over immigration. “Fibonacci Blue”/Flickr   On November 3, nearly 7,000 Honduran migrants passed through Mexico’s southern Oaxaca province on their way to the US border.  This “caravan” has reignited America’s incendiary debate over immigration.  Many of the caravan’s refugees endure the grueling trek through central America

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Elizabeth Warren: Not What the Democratic Party Needs

Elizabeth Warren at a campaign rally in Massachusetts (Flickr) Massachusetts Senator and Democrat Elizabeth Warren’s selection of “minority status” on certain documents were first revealed in 2012 when she was running for a seat in Congress. Since then, she has received constant pressure to prove her Native American heritage and that she didn’t pose as

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