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Bipartisan Resolution Ends Government Shutdown

America’s third longest government shutdown, lasting 16 days from the start of October, was brought to a long-anticipated close just after midnight on Oct. 16th. Senate leaders convened and presented a resolution bill that, once signed by President Obama, reopened the federal government and offered a temporary solution to the …

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NYC beating by a vicious biker gang

On Sept. 19, Alexian Lien’s one year wedding anniversary, a pack of bikers pummeled his vehicle after a traffic quarrel escalated into a high-speed chase around Manhattan, New York. Lien allegedly hit one biker after he had been cut off, which resulted in no injury or damage to either vehicle. …

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Minimum wage vs. life wage

In this recent debate over whether the minimum wage should be raised to life wage, workers across America protest for the wage to be raised. “It depends on the circumstances for whether the minimum wage should be raised or not. Truthfully, I don’t believe that teens really need to earn …

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Preaching to the public

Everyone has experienced that moment when they see a protester and immediately want to walk the other way. Recently students experienced what a radical protest looks like when a woman, very intensely, protested pro-life outside of campus. This frightened some students and achieved little in the way of preaching. However, …

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