Posts Tagged ‘Rights’

Election Update

With the midterm election less than four weeks away, here is a sketch of the US Senate races. Currently, the Republicans hold a slim majority of 51 seats, so every race is extremely important in determining who will hold control for the next session. However, the vast majority of the incumbent Senators are Democrats making…

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When Do We Stand: A Summary of the National Anthem Controversy

August 14th, 2016. Colin Kapernick and the San Francisco 49ers were slated to play the Houston Texans in the first pre-season game. Before the game even started, Colin was sitting on the bench. Nobody noticed his failure to stand since he was not on the field. Two weeks later, when he started in the third…

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Immigration on Fire; So Why Abolish ICE?

By: Gabrielle Etzel Many Americans are up-in-arms about Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). From Top-dog Democrats––like Sens. Bernie Sanders, Kirsten Gillibrand, and Elizabeth Warren––to average-joe protesters, #AbolishICE has transitioned from a fringe movement to a meaningful influencer of the 2018 midterm elections. So what is ICE, does America need it, and why do some people…

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Bill of Rights

Need a refresher on the Bill of Rights? Well, here is the first 10 rights that you should know! Want to see other articles about the Constitution? Check out our Constitutional Ignorance article! Share the Facts:

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The Lack of Art in Free Speech

Guest writer Kendall Benjamin weighs in on the growing issue with free speech on college campuses. Kendall is a junior at Loyola University Maryland. She studies international business and political science. She is the vice president for Loyola’s chapter of College Republicans. After college Kendall wants to work in Washington, D.C. for a free-market nonprofit.…

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First Wave Feminism

Susan B. Anthony. The Suffrage Movement. Who were the other key players and what was the outcome? Share the Facts:

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Millennials & Religion: Just the Facts

According to a study conducted by Pew Research Center in 2014, only 38% of Millennials say that religion is very important in their lives. And that’s just the beginning. Share the Facts:

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