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Opposition to politically correct language makes no sense

Nicte Hernandez // April 23, 2018

Times are always evolving as the next generation starts to enter the workforce. Norms have changed as well as language. Politically correct language is one of those new changes we are now seeing. The...

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Fighting the free speech war

Roberto Fonseca // April 23, 2017

The free speech wars had another important battle this week. Instead of exchanging ideas, they exchanged fists.UC Berkeley was once again the battleground for a free speech war as anti-Trump protesters...

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Stand with Trump

Roberto Fonseca // February 7, 2017

Donald Trump is our president, whether we like it or not. Wanting him to fail is not in our best interest.Those blinded by their hatred for Trump either don't want to look for factual information on some...

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America is stuck with Trump

Roberto Fonseca // January 24, 2017

I saw it coming from a mile away. Trump was always going to be president. People are tired of political correctness and the left-wingers have demonized the right in the past four years.No, I don't think...

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Censoring conservative voices

Evan Roberts and Briana Mcdaniel // October 3, 2016

Freedom of speech has been a cornerstone of American life for centuries and is a seminal piece of who we are as people. The idea of conveying an idea despite being controversial or unpopular is what has...

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Be civil in Facebook political debates

Brittany Mcclintock // May 3, 2016

Social media is all about sharing personal things or random cat videos. Facebook is the biggest platform to post articles about things that a person typically cares about. And more often than not, people...

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Hellfire and heart-shaped hand grenades fuel rally

Eric Mcguire // April 19, 2016

We’ve got a serious problem here in the U.S. of A. The problem is that “we the people” are no longer “we.” More and more we’re becoming “us” and “them.”...

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Our viewpoints are not our own

William Rein // February 13, 2016

The most unimaginative and redundant opinions are those most aggressively debated, and the truly important, consequential views are thoroughly ingrained and taken for granted. In any given era, the multitude...

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