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Chabad of Poway Synagogue Shooting

On Saturday, April 27th one woman was killed and three people injured at the Chabad of Poway synagogue in an act of religious intolerance motivated by white supremacy. The victims were celebrating the last day of Passover when a 19-year-old man opened fire, using an  AR-15 style assault rifle. Six …

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It’s not fake, it’s biased

Bias and political journalism go hand in hand. While the political pendulum from right to left is easy to detect, what often is underlying in most articles are subtle techniques journalists use that implicitly create a partisan-based political ping-pong game. Respectively, the goal political journalists work to achieve is ideally …

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Green New Deal causes controversy

Cynically described as a socialist fever dream by Republicans and proclaimed by Democrats as a solution to the climate crisis, the Green New Deal (GND) has sparked yet another contentious conversation about economic and environmental reform led by the government. While each side is quick to make partisan-biased statements, either …

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Brad is gaga for Gaga

The Oscar-nominated film A Star is Born, features the raw and passionate love story of Ally, played by world-renowned artist Lady Gaga, and Jackson Maine played by Bradley Cooper. Their on-screen love story felt real, and to some fans, it might even exist off the silver screen. With both actors …

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Why you shouldn’t read Into the Water

Days constantly filled with praise and awards, popular Paula Hawkins’ great anticipation for her newest mystery-thriller novel, Into the Water was no surprise. The book  was published following the success of The Girl on the Train, which was produced into a movie in 2014. Into the Water showcases the extremes …

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MC’s Local Movie Critic

Movies are seen as mere entertainment pieces. For others, it is an artistic portal to another world. Senior Khayle Flores lives as MC’s go to  cinephile. “I see movies as an art form,” Flores said. “There’s a lot of craft that goes into making film, and I’m drawn to great …

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California: Into the Future

Once a state painted red, California has become identifiable by its increasingly democratic and liberal ideologies. Enforced by its majority democratic voters, California made the transition from right to left after the 1988 election in which Republican George H. W. Bush was elected as president. Bush is the last Republican …

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