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The Death Of Higher Education

From The Editor’s Desk: There have been several interesting articles in the press lately about just how awful it is to be an academic in America these days, particularly if you are an adjunct. Basically, what’s happened in the last forty years or so is that the universities have shifted most teaching tasks to non-tenured…

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MAGA: 3/5ths Compromise

Senate Republicans are absolutely dumbfounded at the radical Democratic idea floating around that all people in this country should be allowed to vote, without voter suppression, or even without extensive gerrymandering.   This led to lots of discussion going on behind closed doors on Capitol Hill.  Topics ranged from how if we let more black…

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Climate Change Migrations

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I’ve  been reading recently about how the now “dry corridor” in Guatemala and Honduras has caused the recent migrations of people out of Central America.  After 5 years of subsistence farming in drought conditions some people have given up  trying to live there anymore. What I would like to add to this discussion is that now …

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6. Meet Mr. Dragon

Editor’s Note: Luke Haines has a done a series of parodic pieces about just how much his generation doesn’t care for Baby Boomers and other nasty people (like editors). This week, we meet …the Dragon! Who looks surprising familiar. Almost like an editor. Far above the encampment where the Dwarves were now attempting a sub-par…

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Joe Biden Enters Race

Joe Biden has officially entered the race for president of the United States. Ending literally months of speculation about his plans, Biden made his announcement early this morning (15 April, 2018) via social media with a video stressing the racism and hatred of Donald Trump, as opposed to the acceptance and tolerance which Biden says…

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I’m Not Ready to Make Nice

By Michael E. Berumen For nearly two years prior to the 2016 election, liberal commentators and analysts described Donald Trump’s supporters as disaffected white working-class voters or by similar appellations. These disaffected voters, they would observe, felt as though they had been left behind, that they were effectively disenfranchised and marginalized in society. They would…

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