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Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez bartends at a New York City restaurant  in support of a campaign to raise the federal minimum wage. Photo courtesy of slate.com.

Raising the Minimum Wage: The Small-Business Killer

Kathrynne Hester, Staff Writer March 27, 2021

The federal minimum wage being raised to $15 per hour would be beneficial for a lot of Americans. This is what so-called progressive politicians want America to believe. In reality, a $15 minimum wage...

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Trump Unjustly Impeached

Carolyn Bonafede, Copy Editor February 28, 2021

If a sense of déjà vu permeates the current news cycle, it is not a figment of the imagination. The House passed articles of impeachment against former president Trump, again, and the Senate acquitted...

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The Turbulent 2020 Election

Thomas Daniels, Sports Editor November 30, 2020

President Trump is in the process of making an already slow and arduous election even more strenuous. Trump is throwing lawsuits at battleground states in an attempt to reverse election results that he...

Cartoon by Ariana Tackett. Ruth Bader Ginsburg did not want a new justice approved until “a new president is installed”, yet the Senate confirmed Amy Coney Barrett anyway.

Amy Coney Barrett’s Confirmation Was Hypocrisy

Annabella Agosto, Staff Writer November 29, 2020

The late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had one final wish as she was days away from death, that “[she would] not be replaced until a new president is installed.” Ginsburg made this request out of...

Dont Defund The Police

Don’t Defund The Police

Carolyn Bonafede, Copy Editor October 23, 2020

It is unnecessary to reiterate the tumultuous and tragic events centered around the police which have sucked Americans into their news feeds for the past six months. A discussion of the “defund the police”...

Cartoon by Ariana Tackett.

Time’s Up for the Electoral College

Rohil Bhinge, Staff Writer October 21, 2020

Every four years during the presidential election, all eyes are on the Electoral College. The winner of the election is not necessarily the candidate that wins the popular vote (the total votes), but the...

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