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Face-Off: Donald J. Trump

Alex Chambarry and Chris Lim

November 4, 2016


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Donald Trump Should be President By: Alex Chambarry As November 8th approaches, Americans are deciding who they should vote for. Their options are Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton. This can be a tough choice for many people, but I strongly believe that the best choice for the 45th president of the U...

Ramsey Day Needs a Reboot

Ramsey Day Needs a Reboot

William Kennedy, Copy Editor

October 7, 2016


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September 10th, 2016 saw Ramsey Day take over Island Avenue in front of Ramsey High School. The annual town festival included a parade, carnival games and performers. The array of performers included a juggler, a magician, a wind symphony, a pet show and some inflatable rides, among others. However, the eve...

Hillary Clinton’s Health: Fully Recovered, Physically Prepared for President

Connor Koch, Staff Writer

October 4, 2016


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With the election a little less than a month and a half away, Americans are starting to make their final decisions on which candidate they are going to vote into office. At this point in the race, any slip up for Donald Trump or for Hillary Clinton can be the end of their race. For this reason, the candidates...

Face-Off: Colin Kaepernick

Chris Lim and Jina Park, Staff Writers

September 29, 2016


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Colin Kaepernick: A Disrespect to America By: Chris Lim, Staff Writer As more examples of police brutality have surfaced, the issue of which side society chooses to take in the debate of African American communities and police officers has become increasingly important. Much of society looks to cel...

In Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton: America got the Flawed Candidates it Deserved

Danny Gardner, Opinion Editor

September 29, 2016


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Congratulations America, we did it! After a long and grueling primary process, we finally chose the two candidates for President of the United States. It was not easy, and the eventual nominees couldn't have been more, and less, predictable. The people we picked are perhaps the most flawed nominees in...

The Burnt Halls of Washington

Ben Ashmore, Opinion Editor

June 6, 2016


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Washington, D.C. is the engine that runs America. But what if that engine is old and rusty?  You couldn't trust that engine if you push the gas over 2000 RPMS or even get up to any speed higher than 62 mph;  the dashboard will start nervously shaking and the engine might begin to smoke. This is...

Over a Year Later, the Deflategate Controversy Still Reigns on

Chris Lim, Staff Writer

June 6, 2016


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Although the pinnacle of deflategate's popularity has most likely passed, Roger Goodell reopened the case to yet again try and establish his power in the NFL. Tom Brady now faces a suspension for a quarter of the regular season, 4 games, and is a target for blame once again. Brady still had the chance...

Hillary Clinton for President: An “injustice to the American people”

Daniel Gardner, Opinion Editor

June 6, 2016


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Here's a hypothetical situation: Person X is running for President of the United States. This same person was a former First Lady, her husband nearly impeached for perjury. As Secretary of State, this person was accused of having advanced knowledge of an attack on an embassy in Libya that left four...

HB2-Law: The New Jim Crow?

Anna Lobemeyer, Staff Writer

May 2, 2016


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Same sex marriage was legalized on Friday, June 26th, 2015. Since then, many have argued, “You guys have gay marriage, what more could you want?” I might as well entertain this question and then compare it with the current state of North Carolina and Mississippi. What more could the LGBT com...

Hillary Clinton: “…one who ought not be trusted…”

Andrew Sipper, Staff Writer

May 2, 2016


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There are those who truly believe that Hillary Clinton is the best choice to lead our republic and is better than Ted Cruz, Donald Trump, or Bernard Sanders.  Of course, when deciding who to support, a candidate's positions on issues an important area of interest. Questioning her position on important...

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