Election Eulogy

Farewell to the 2016 Presidential Election

Today, we are gathered here in solemn remembrance of the 2016 Presidential Election. Although it lived a long and eventful life, dragging on for nearly two years, we will miss the constant media distractions, wild scandals, name-calling, bird encounters, Twitter wars and, most of all, the memes. These past couple
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Another GOP debate drinking game

With candidates dropping left and right (but more right), now’s the time to tune into the GOP debate to catch up with the front-runners on this season of “America’s Got a Candidate.” The next GOP debate is set to air this Thursday at 7:30 p.m. CST on CNN. With only a couple more
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No compromise on immigration reform

In 2006, the movement for immigrant rights — born out of high school walkouts and massive demonstrations that shut down Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, Phoenix and other cities — handed president Bush his first major political defeat and changed American politics forever. The movement’s goal was to defeat a draconian
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Dream on

NATIONAL AFFAIRS: We are happy with President Barack Obama’s new immigration policy and hope it leads to the passage of the federal DREAM Act.

We applaud President Barack Obama’s move to stop deporting young immigrants who came to the United States illegally as children. It does not give immigrants amnesty or a pathway to citizenship. However, the president’s action is a momentous step in the right direction.
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