Arizona Democratic Senate nominee associated with witchcraft
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Arizona Democratic Senate nominee associated with witchcraft

The Washington Examiner has uncovered emails from Arizona Democratic Senate nominee Kyrsten Sinema describing her participation in “feminist witchcraft.” On International Women’s Day in March 2003, Rep. Sinema allegedly called upon Pagan Cluster, a group of “feminist witches,” to join her for a peaceful protest…

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Trump administration’s Title IX memo leaked
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Trump administration’s Title IX memo leaked

In a leaked memo obtained by The New York Times, the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is attempting to constrain the definition of gender under Title IX to be based on biological sex. This policy is the latest attempt by the…

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Justicia para trabajadores agricolas: Encuentro 2018
photo courtesy pf the CIW Encuentro students sing and chant at the Wendy's Boycott protest.

Justicia para trabajadores agricolas: Encuentro 2018

Each fall, the annual Encuentro takes place in Immokalee, Florida. Coordinated by the Student Farmworker Alliance (SFA), Encuentro is a gathering of students and organizations from around the country who come to learn about ways to organize protests in their communities and campuses. This year,…

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Hurricane Florence aftermath
photo courtesy of U.S. Army U.S. Army Soldiers help evacuate residents affected by Hurricane Florence with the use of a High Mobility Multi-purpose Wheel Vehicle.

Hurricane Florence aftermath

Hurricane Florence first touched down near Wrightsville Beach, N.C., with maximum sustained winds near 90 mph and movement at a rate of 6 mph. While Florence had dropped to a Category 1 storm by the time it reached landfall on Sept. 14, its slow-moving nature…

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Kavanaugh confirmation vote postponed as Ford allegations pick up speed
photo courtesy of flickr.com A protester against the confirmation of U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh outside the Warren E. Burger Federal Building in St. Paul, Minnesota

Kavanaugh confirmation vote postponed as Ford allegations pick up speed

Early this summer, President Donald Trump’s nomination to the Supreme Court seemed likely to go through, with Republicans in control of the Senate. However, in the past month Judge Brett Kavanaugh, Trump’s pick, has been accused of sexual assault, plunging his nomination into scandal and…

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Trump says Bull about the Bull Market
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Trump says Bull about the Bull Market

Early Monday morning, President Donald J. Trump tweeted out, “The GDP Rate (4.2%) is higher than the Unemployment Rate (3.9%) for the first time in over 100 years!” Unfortunately for Trump, that statistic was not true. Unfortunately for his critics, the truth still works to…

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Americans are flocking to mega-churches

By Bree Nieves and Cassie Manz Celebrity pastor Joel Osteen has more than one million followers on Twitter. According to Nielsen Media, more than 10 million Americans watch his televised sermons every Sunday morning. Osteen’s Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas is the largest church in…

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Teachers demand pay increase in nationwide strikes

Before 2018, it was easy to believe that labor no longer really mattered in U.S. politics. President Donald Trump’s election-winning speeches painted a bleak picture of a country in which the whims of elites and billionaires overshadowed the needs of working people. However, teachers in…

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