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The Future of Poverty and Homelessness: Tiny Houses for LA

Always the first few lines of boxes, or the top left hand corner of the mandatory cover letter: name, phone number, permanent address. Answers so many take as a given, the tedious essentials, simply mere […]

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Why the College Education System Fails Its Students

Although I have learned a lot in my journalism classes, I still don’t feel fully “prepared” to produce work that my future company and I can be proud of. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve gained […]

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Why See-Now Buy-Now High End Collections Are Important

Fashion week is the clog in the moving gears of the world of style. It makes everyone pause to see what exactly will change what people are wearing and how they’re wearing it. During the […]

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Dr. StrangeTrump or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Don

Donald Trump. That name probably makes you shiver. Donald Trump, evil incarnate, who hates Mexicans and Muslims and women and who would probably bang his daughter. The man whose hair can only be explained through […]

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The Greatest Threat to Liberalism in America (Is a Liberal)

Did you catch the last Democratic debate on NBC? You know, the one that was scheduled on a holiday weekend when people were busy spending time with family and friends or what not? Or the pitiful […]

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Don’t Fear Failure

Atychiphobia, otherwise known as a fear of failure, is all too common in today’s world. For some, this fear is a diagnosable phobia according to the standards of the Diagnostic Statistical Manual– V. However, the […]

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Why the Common Core is Destroying Youths’ Desire to Learn

In a blog post by Diane Ravitch, historian of education and Research Professor of Education at New York University, shares with her readers an anonymous letter. “It is time for parents to speak out against […]

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Why Steven Avery Represents Everything That’s Wrong with the Criminal Justice System

If you haven’t watched “Making a Murderer” on Netflix, you’re missing out. According to CNN, Steven Avery, the documentary protagonist, spent 18 years in prison after being falsely convicted of sexual assault. A Manitowoc, Wisconsin […]

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Why Legal Alcohol and Illegal Marijuana Doesn’t Make Sense

According to, one of the very first online law and government information sites, “first offense simple possession of marijuana or underage possession of alcohol criminal charges usually do not carry heavy penalties in and […]

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Obama’s Public Camping Trip

The two pose candidly for a picture that will hit the mainstream media. The President smiles as they capture the moment with a selfie. This recent stunt was aimed at persuading those watching that there is […]

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Hillary Clinton: When a Movement is Nothing More than Tokenism

We are the argumentative type; the young people unable (or unwilling) to keep our mouths shut; the bleeding heart liberals so often stereotyped as unshowered hippies with hair tied in dreadlocks. But we do have […]

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The Awful Lesson The San Bernardino Shooting Taught Us About America

December 2nd, 2015 saw the worst mass shooting in the United States since the Newtown Massacre. Luckily, our collective social media was there to give us real-time updates and unbiased breakdown. Liberals were quick to […]

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The Big Winner

School children are being taken advantage of by the large marketing companies that sell unhealthy products to them during the school day. In chapter two of Fast Food Nation, Eric Schlooser discusses how large companies are marketing […]

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The Disturbing Truth about Islam!

“If there are so many peaceful Muslim people, then why don’t they speak out?!” You hear this a lot in today’s dialogue about radical Islam, and the sentiment popped up in a big way after […]