Big government: a conservative “Trumpocalypse”

As the inflammatory rhetoric of the campaign for the 2017 presidential election dies down, Americans are left wondering where the campaign promises of both doom and prosperity stand.

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The Meme-ification of Trump

If in a millennium from now historians were to search the archaeological remains of the Trump presidency for an understanding of public attitude, they would find no better evidence than internet memes.

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‘Trumpism’ as a repressed American politic

In 2016, the United States realized the strength of grassroots politics. Among candidates on both sides of the political aisle, the harshest critics of an aloof political and financial establishment were elevated to the status of cultural icons.

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Column: Trump Appears Presidential Before Congress

By Caleb Slater, Columnist “The Compassionate Conservative”   “Ryan died as he lived — a warrior and a hero, battling

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Point Counterpoint: Change the Electoral College?

For By Lily Spiro, Essay Editor The Founding Fathers were correct to fear “tyranny of the majority” when they created

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Letter to the Editor: ‘Say No to House of Representatives Bill’

By: Jonathan Ripic “We have fallen heirs to the most glorious heritage a people ever received, and each one must

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We Unhappy Many

The community must work together to understand how these rapid changes have affected the neglected portion of the population, strengthening its tenuous bonds into those of mutual trust, and create a more equitable solution based on the needs of the neglected, unhappy many. Once this trust has been created and earned, perhaps we will be able to take on the grandiose narcissists who claim to have the answers to all of our problems at our own expenses.

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What’s next for the Libertarian Party?

By: Caleb Slater, Staff Writer The 2016 election has not only been cited as the biggest political upset in American

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