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A Succession Battle in Minnesota

December 15, 2017 Matthew Foldi 0

By Matthew Foldi Speculation ran rampant when Senator Al Franken announced his resignation from the United States Senate, but quickly settled down when it became clear that Minnesota governor Mark Dayton would appoint his lieutenant governor, […]

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FCC Repeals Net Neutrality

December 14, 2017 Jackson Richman 0

On Thursday, amid dialed-up opposition, the Federal Communications Commission voted along party lines, 3-2, to repeal the 2015 rule requiring Internet providers to treat all speed equally, known as “net neutrality,” which also classified the Internet as a utility.

The National Discourse was at the protests outside the FCC today. […]

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EXCLUSIVE: Donna Brazile Reacts to Alabama Race

December 13, 2017 Jackson Richman 0

By Jackson Richman Former Democratic National Committee chairwoman Donna Brazile said that in light of Democratic senatorial candidate Doug Jones’s victory over Republican candidate Roy Moore in Alabama on Tuesday, the Democrats “have learned from […]

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Let’s Take a Step Back

December 11, 2017 Jackson Richman 0

By Jackson Richman Last weekend was a poignant reminder through two occurrences. On Sunday morning, I received news that a beloved member of my hometown sadly lost his battle with cancer the previous night. Caleb […]

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In Defense of Congress

December 7, 2017 Shep Gerszberg 0

By Shep Gerszberg The United States Congress is one of the most heavily criticized bodies in the world. Attacked for its partisanship, its stagnation, its procrastination, its lack of action, and its corruption, calls for […]