Op-Ed: Klobuchar’s Nashville Event Shows Campaign’s Intersectionality Issues

Op-Ed: Klobuchar’s Nashville Event Shows Campaign’s Intersectionality Issues

Amy Klobuchar, the first female Senator from Minnesota and candidate to be the first female President of the United States, made an appearance at Edley’s BBQ in East Nashville this Wednesday. Despite having been recently ranked by Vanderbilt’s Professor Alan Wiseman as the most effective Democratic Senator, Klobuchar’s national spotlight...

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Op-Ed: Why you Should Consider Forgiving Kamala Harris

Op-Ed: Why you Should Consider Forgiving Kamala Harris

Since Kamala Harris’ presidential campaign announcement in January, there’s been a lot of info floating around about her record as the Attorney General of California. To start, there are some “facts” floating around need clarification. In particular, the most popular critique of Harris is that she allegedly argued that inmates...

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America, Don’t Expect Much Until 2020

America, Don’t Expect Much Until 2020

Since the inauguration of the 45th president, there has been nothing but dysfunction and ensuing controversy in Washington, D.C. Not much hope remains for our federal government until the elections of 2020 come around. We needn’t repeat all the flagrant abuses of power that Donald J. Trump has committed since...

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How Kanye West Can Win in 2020

How Kanye West Can Win in 2020

And yes, as you probably could’ve guessed by this moment, this article is about how Kanye West could become president in 2020.  For those who don’t know, Kanye, a rapper equally famous for his raps as for his public outbursts, has announced his candidacy for 2020.  Call it a publicity stunt...

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