• Dear Haters
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    Why do people leave malicious comments on certain figures? I believe people are jealous of the fame that these figures have the privilege to have.

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  • A Foreign Opinion: The Firearm Crisis
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    According to CBS News, there have been a reported 382 mass shootings this year, as of September the first. (A mass shooting being, according to the FBI, "four or more murdered during an event with no ‘cooling-off period’ between the murders").

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  • UFNo
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    The last thing that I expected Tom DeLonge of Blink-182 to do outside of the band was become a conspiracy wacko. Now, you may have heard of Tom’s “To the Stars… Academy of Arts and Sciences.”

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  • Andrew Yang and Universal Basic Income
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    Among all the president candidates in 2020, Andrew Yang stands out as the only person of Asian descent running as a Democrat. Although he is an entrepreneur instead of a career politician, he uses this to his advantage as he claimed that he will save the US’s future economy. He approaches future economic issues through […]

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  • Ayanna Pressley and Identity in Politics
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    Last month, I had the privilege of seeing Representative Ayanna Pressley (MA-07) speak at Tufts University’s Tisch College of Civic Life. After a few minutes of pleasantries, Pressley began to give an autobiography of her political journey, beginning as a scheduler for Senator John Kerry, serving as the first African-American woman on Boston’s City Council, […]

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  • Moral Hazard: Should It Affect Public Policy?
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    Moral hazard—the disincentive to protect against risks due to being shielded from the consequences—should definitely affect public policy. When moral hazard encourages people to be reckless—be it by opioid users with access to Narcan or drivers with reliable car insurance—the simple solution is to eliminate the moral hazard. Unfortunately, this answer does not address the […]

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  • What Does the Mueller Report Mean for Trump?
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    After almost two years of subpoenas, interviews, and fact-gathering, all amid both subtle and vocal attacks by Donald Trump and Fox News, the Mueller investigation has finally ended. In May of 2017, a week after Trump abruptly fired FBI director James Comey—thus ending his probe into potential collusion with the Russian government in the 2016 […]

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  • What A Bernie Sanders Nomination Will Mean for the Democrats
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    The years of intra-party unity that Donald Trump has brought about for the Democrats appears to be coming to an end. Alongside increasing support for Bernie Sanders’s (awesome, but farfetched) domestic agenda, there are Democrats who want more fiscal restraint. And despite scores of progressives embracing identity politics, some—most notably, Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg—don’t […]

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