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Category: Opinion

Opinion

You’re Not Going to Win the Lottery Tonight

The Mega Millions drawing entices Americans, but none of them will win.

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Making Room for Reflection in the Learning Process

The learning process isn’t just about taking in information. It’s about making time to integrate it into your own life, too.

Supreme Court to Solve Free Speech v. Private Corporation Debate

By Mason Mohon | United States Brett Kavanaugh's turbulent entrance into the Supreme Court will first be met with a potentially groundbreaking free speech case. The case is that of Manhattan Community Access Corp. v. Halleck, No. 17-702. As CNBC reports, this case centers around whether a private operator of a public access television network is ...

Does the Two Party System Make Any Sense?

The two-party system leaves voters with few options, as although the Democrat and Republican Parties seem to differ, Authoritarianism is at their core.

The Nature of the High School Hierarchy

A student's social status is an important factor in determining the type of experience they have during high school, but exactly how does it determine that?

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Why Is Big Government Popular in Urban Culture?

By Harley Austin | United States America is known for its pluralistic culture with a diverse selection of subcultures. Many call this the "melting pot". However, a more accurate analogy would be a societal salad bowl: the coexistence of numerous subcultures creates the broader culture as a whole. Keep in mind that this analysis of ...

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How the Government Ruined the Detroit Auto Industry

Many factors contributed to the downfall of the Detroit auto industry. The government, however, took a leading role by intervening in the market.

Being a Writer in the Liberty Movement

Contributing to the liberty movement through writing provides the writer with the ability to take in ideas and to spread new ones.

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Dress Codes Should Protect Free Speech, Not Ban Colors

Rather than protecting free speech, some school dress codes are restricting clothing based on things as trivial as different colors.

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10 Excellent Reasons Not to Vote in Elections

From political to practical to moral, there are many reasons not to vote, as doing so creates much greater harm to you than it does benefit.

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