America … No, I Won’t Love it Or Leave It

We the people

                                                                                                                            Jennifer Keller Puebla   The whole “not my president” or “he’s still your president” argument is nothing new. It happens every time we have an election. Democrats say…

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Roy Moore and the Normalization of Right Wing Extremism

By Janice Barlow Tomorrow Alabama holds its special election for its state Senate seat. Republican Roy Moore is going up against Democrat Doug Jones in a very red state. Moore will likely win, but as of now, that is an unknown result. Jeff Sessions held the seat, but was promoted to the position of Attorney General. Now there is a vacancy that was assumed would be easily filled by a Republican. A primary was held last September in which mainstream Republican Luther Strange, endorsed by President Trump, battled against Roy…

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The Re-emergence of Hate Crimes When Political Incorrectness has Gone Amok

By Dani Graham Three people were murdered and one injured recently in two separate incidents in which hate seemed to be the motivation. These senseless deaths can be attributed to the recent rise in racism and bigotry. On Saturday, May 20, 2017, a University of Maryland student, Richard Collins III, was stabbed to death because of the color of his skin. The alleged killer, Sean Christopher Urbanski, belonged to the Facebook group, “Alt-Reich: Nation”, which openly spread hate and promoted violence toward all minorities, especially the black community. Collins had…

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