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     After reading the opinion piece about the Academy Awards and their inability to include the common viewer, I felt compelled to chime in on the topic. Being a …

        The release of the Nunes memo without its Democratic counterpart paints an incomplete picture of important issues going on in Washington. The memo is a Republican-drafted …

The Eagles won Super Bowl LII with backup quarterback Nick Foles, who also won the game’s MVP award. For next year, the clear goal for the Eagles is to return …

I write this article with the intention of offering constructive criticism to the University at Albany administration and out of my concern for the full learning experience of my fellow …

The advent of socialism has been perhaps one of the most terrible scourges on mankind. In its most basic form, it’s simply the abolishment of private property, as Marx puts …

Last week, the Senate rejected the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act after having passed the House. The bill would make it illegal for someone to perform an abortion on a …

    I’ve never been a fan of the Academy Awards, and I’ve always felt that they’re strange and snobbish. A bunch of millionaires gathered together, in clothes worth more …

      Abortion is a much-publicized issue with heavy regulations because those who are against abortions want to protect the life of the fetus. However, selective-reduction, a medical procedure …

Coming off the heels of President Trump’s State of the Union address and the Democratic Party’s reaction, we must ask a question. Is the Democratic Party just the Anti-Trump Party? …

    People are born with inalienable natural rights: the right to life, liberty, and property so long as one does not violate the rights of others. Government exists to …