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  • As an Asian American, I Say DEI Must Go

    As an Asian American, I Say DEI Must Go2

    As someone who was involuntarily used as a poster child for Asian American and Pacific Islander month by my university, yet listened to some classmates rant that Asian Americans “would be nowhere without black people,” take it from me: Diversity, equity, and inclusion offices make racism worse, not better. Nobody should wonder whether circling their

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  • Friday Comic: Crisis0

    Credit: OwenComics (store) X: @owenbroadcast Instagram: @owenbroadcast Save this article to favorites

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  • Has the Media Been Covering Up President Biden’s Cognitive Decline?

    Has the Media Been Covering Up President Biden’s Cognitive Decline?0

    For the last 17 months of his two-term presidency, following a severe stroke, President Woodrow Wilson (1856–1924) was barely functional. Behind the scenes, Wilson’s wife Edith stepped in to effectively serve as de facto commander-in-chief. She even earned herself the title “Secret President” and “first woman to run the government,” according to her official White

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  • Is It Time to Stop Being Ironic?

    Is It Time to Stop Being Ironic?2

    Amid ongoing political tension and the ubiquity of social media platforms, has sincerity has been overtaken by irony and cynicism? No matter where you turn—film, social media, or news outlets—everything seems to have taken on a tone of cynical irony. What was once an attitude used by mid-20th-century postmodernists to critique culture has now become a

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  • Karl Marx’s Obsession With the Devil

    Karl Marx’s Obsession With the Devil4

    It’s well known that Communism killed 100 million people — but few are aware of the obsession Communism’s founder Karl Marx had with the Devil. Karl Marx (1818–1883) is the economist and social theorist whose enduring footprint on the world is the political system known as Communism. Born in Germany but spending most of his

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  • What These Recent Supreme Court Cases Mean

    What These Recent Supreme Court Cases Mean0

    Whatever the outcome of this November’s election, rulings being handed down by the U.S. Supreme Court serve as regular reminders of the results in 2016. During the previous administration, the entrance of Neil Gorsuch (2017), Brett Kavanaugh (2018), and Amy Coney Barrett (2020) to the highest bench in the land shifted the court’s balance. That

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