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The Call for Political Civility

Republican and Democrat, white and black, male and female; for many years these opposing issues have divided our country, caused us to fight against ourselves, and changed the way we as Americans see each other. On Tuesday, August 20, Cindy McCain, the widow of U.S. senator John McCain, began her …

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Fire at MC

By Staff Writer Roxy Hudson Posted by Co-EIC Sarah Kadous “It smells like barbeque,” said many MC athletes at practice after school on Monday, September 23. Smoke and the smell of fire spread through the Mt. Carmel High School campus at about 4:40pm after the shrubbery between the high school …

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Brexit: Deal or No Deal

Since the official resignation of Theresa May as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom on July 24th, the future of the proposition known as Brexit, a proposal essentially stating the UK’s intent to leave the European Union, has become unclear. In recent news, the new Prime Minister, Boris Johnson leader …

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Trump’s Taliban Talks are ‘Dead’

By Staff Writer Ro’aa Al-Khawaja Posted by EIC Sarah Kadous On Saturday, September 7, President Trump announced via Twitter that he had canceled his secret meeting with the Taliban at Camp David. This was due to a bombing in Kabul near a US embassy that killed 12 people, including an …

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The Effects of Title X Revisions

A new government gag rule, announced in February by Health and Human Services (HHS), prohibits healthcare clinics from referring their patients to abortion services or conducting  them. This is a recent addition to Title X, a federal healthcare program dating back to 1970. Title X that grants around $260 million …

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