General Commentary

Donald Adrift

Donald Adrift

Contributing Editor: Jamie Domnick Twitter: @JNick9456 Instagram:JNick9456 Currently a student at the University of Wisconsin--Green Bay; double majoring in Democracy & Justice Studies, and History. At the beginning of my college career, I intended to major in Art and then perhaps teach the subject. However, as I continued to take various classes, I soon discovered my passion for equality and

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Monster in the White House

Monster in the White House

Donald Trump does not like to be dressed down, especially by a woman. Therefore, it must be a particularly painful weekend for Trump following the raw and emotional verbal stripping he received from San Juan Mayor Carmen Y. Cruz. With her city in ruin, and the rest of the island rapidly descending into third-world country status, Cruz lit Rocket Mouth's

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The Party of Falsity

The Party of Falsity

Democrats are not the party of equality, in my opinion. Their ideologies contradict the platforms that they run on and claim to value, I find myself feeling. I'll provide a few examples, and explain further. The democrat party is typically found connected with today's feminists, who I feel are vastly anti men's rights. By definition feminism is for equality of

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Moving the Goalposts

Moving the Goalposts

While watching all the protests during the NFL games this weekend, I felt an emotion that I'm sure is shared by many; I felt frustrated. I watched the players kneel, watched the owners and commentators support them or choose not to, and as I did, I felt an almost overwhelming urge to bang my head into my desk until sweet

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Hacking the Voters

Hacking the Voters

Why a British company has Americans voter data and how British law can help us get it back How did Cambridge Analytica get our data? Who did they get it from? How did they process it? Who were the recipients of our data? Can we opt-out? Can they justify lawful compliance under UK Data Protection law? Donate to the CrowdJustice

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In Defense of Stone Mountain

In Defense of Stone Mountain

On August 15th, in a press conference at Trump Tower, president Trump successfully retconned the media into focusing on confederate statues, instead of the Nazis marching in the streets. As the country's attention turns to the signs of the confederacy in their cities, those of us in the peach state may be turning to stone mountain. As a native Georgian,

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Trump’s Sunday Game Plan; Divide.

Trump’s Sunday Game Plan; Divide.

It's a tough time to remain in a relationship with someone who truly supports the President. The heat is on; our core principles now govern whether or not we will become estranged from our friends and family. It's hard, every time I hang out with my Trump-Fan friend, not to preempt the visit with the concerns of the world in

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The Importance of Unpredictability

The Importance of Unpredictability

Donald Trump reiterated that it was important to be "unpredictable" with nuclear weapons. In his unpredictability, and his willingness to go to war, he would be one to cause a war with the alternative motive of creating jobs for citizens. Contributing Editor: Jamie Domnick Twitter: @JNick9456 Instagram:JNick9456 Currently a student at the University of Wisconsin--Green Bay; double majoring in Democracy

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The Muslim Agenda

The Muslim Agenda

Islam is the third most widely practiced religion in the United States after Christianity and Judaism. If you were to scroll through Twitter or watch FOX "news" on a 24-hour loop, it might appear as though Islam is a religion of hatred and violence. The idea of violence being the main proponent of Islam skyrocketed in America after the 9/11

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If You Are Pro-Abortion, You’ve Probably Used These 5 Arguments – Here’s Why You’re Wrong

If You Are Pro-Abortion, You’ve Probably Used These 5 Arguments – Here’s Why You’re Wrong

Yesterday - Mother's Day - infamous head of the abortion mill known as Planned Parenthood, Cecile Richards tweeted this: Nothing says "I love you, Mom!" like standing up for the right of mothers everywhere to get the care they need. https://t.co/uFRM9UeosH I responded with this: @CecileRichards Nothing says "I love you, Mom!" Like the deafening silence of a dead baby

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The Trump Monument

The Trump Monument

Contributing Editor: Jamie Domnick Twitter: @JNick9456 Instagram:JNick9456 Currently a student at the University of Wisconsin--Green Bay; double majoring in Democracy & Justice Studies, and History. At the beginning of my college career, I intended to major in Art and then perhaps teach the subject. However, as I continued to take various classes, I soon discovered my passion for equality and

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Democrats Messaging Misses Masses

Democrats Messaging Misses Masses

The problem with the Democratic party is poor messaging. In 2016 people that voted for Trump, really had more in common with the Democratic Platform, but nobody explained that to them. A good way to share the Democratic message is through listening tours scheduled in high republican/Trump counties. Gerrymandering has painted too many districts deep red, but the individuals living

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The Benefits of #FakeNews

The Benefits of #FakeNews

I got into an argument the other day. This happens quite often; it's part of my day job, actually. But in this particular argument, I was losing to a better mind with a better case. It happens. There's always someone smarter, and sometimes, no matter how much we want to win, we have to understand that we can't be right

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Political Cartoon

Political Cartoon

Contributing Editor: Jamie Domnick Twitter: @JNick9456 Instagram: JNick9456 Currently a student at the University of Wisconsin--Green Bay; double majoring in Democracy & Justice Studies, and History. At the beginning of my college career, I intended to major in Art and then perhaps teach the subject. However, as I continued to take various classes, I soon discovered my passion for equality and

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How To Be An Ally

How To Be An Ally

From the Margins to the Center Our modern world is organized through a complex matrix of oppressive mechanisms, which we know commonly as Race, Class, Gender, Sexuality, Ability, etc. To better understand a dynamic of oppression, you have to be able to track the power: Who has more, who has less, and how is it being wielded/fought for/protected/dismantled and so

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A Nation’s Shame

A Nation’s Shame

Saturday, a Wisconsin jury determined that a 15-year-old girl was mentally ill when she participated in the 2014 stabbing of a classmate. Authorities charged Anissa Weier with second-degree homicide when she was just twelve after she and a friend lured another girl to a secluded area and stabbed her at the behest of a fictional internet character. Anissa Weier in

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The United States of Tinseltown

The United States of Tinseltown

I'm going to start this off by saying I'm an admitted Hollywood Liberal. I live in LA, I work in television, I voted Democratic in the last few elections, and I someday hope to own a plug-in vehicle. So often on TV and in social media, I hear people (often on the conservative side) say that "Hollywood" is not part

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Caveat Emptor!

Caveat Emptor!

Between alienating hurricane survivors and insulting the solemnity of a 9/11 moment of silence, it has become clear this week that Donald Trump lacks a certain empathy necessary to his position. Combined with his white supremacy support, his Muslim ban, and his DACA position, it is increasingly difficult to overlook the moral deficiencies in Trump's White House. The larger problem

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TrumpRussia: Where Are We Now?

TrumpRussia: Where Are We Now?

"TrumpRussia" encompasses alleged ties between Russia and Donald Trump and his surrogates, along with Russia's interference in our 2016 election. By now, most Americans are familiar with TrumpRussia, whether or not they think that it's "Fake News." Spoiler alert: it's NOT Fake News. The TrumpRussia scandal is incredibly complex and allegedly involves real estate deals, global finance, money laundering, organized

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GLITTER IN THE AIR

GLITTER IN THE AIR

I, like most people over the age of 30, have not watched the MTV video music awards in years. This past Sunday was no different. I did, however, tune in to see Pink win her Lifetime achievement award. Pink, in my opinion, is one of the most important artists to emerge from the early 2000s. Her music is infectious, but

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A Libertarian’s Perspective on Trump

A Libertarian’s Perspective on Trump

I am a libertarian. Libertarians believe in freedom; in voluntary association; that, because government is society's only mandatory institution (has power over all within its jurisdiction; may initiate force to impose its will), its only permissible function is to protect negative rights (freedoms; liberty); and that positive rights (the so-called right to be given other people's product) do not exist.

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IM READY FOR FOOTBALL AND JUSTICE

IM READY FOR FOOTBALL AND JUSTICE

Like many Americans, I love football. I grew up watching football with my uncle. I became a huge New Orleans Saints fan, and am still (and always will be) a flag-flying member of Who Dat Nation. This season, however, I am reluctant to continue watching as feverishly as I always have due to the blackballing of Colin Kaepernick. After taking

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Spider-Man Ethics

Spider-Man Ethics

I've always loved Spider-Man. I mean, what's not to love? He's strong, brave, selfless, and he's got one of the cooler superhero outfits ever created. But my favorite part about Spider-Man isn't the webs or the wall crawling, or the sweet super-villains. It's Ben Parker; good old Uncle Ben. He's been my hero from the start because he has the

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FROM THE FRONTLINE

FROM THE FRONTLINE

Today, participants in the 118-mile-long March to Confront White Supremacy made a previously unscheduled stop at the Loudon County office of Representative Barbara Comstock to demand that Rep. Comstock publicly oppose the end of DACA, the deferred action program for immigrants who came to the United States, and to Section 287(g), which deputizes local law enforcement agencies to enforce federal

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Impeaching Trump is All about Bob

Impeaching Trump is All about Bob

Day after day, we are bombarded by reports of more and more ties between Russia and Donald Trump and his cabal. It seems that EVERYONE on Team Trump "coincidentally" has ties to Russia, whether it's Trump "consigliere" Michael Cohen's negotiations for Trump Tower Moscow during the campaign, Paul Manafort's spider web of connections with Kremlin-linked oligarchs and mobsters, Donald Trump,

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