Neutrality & Censorship: Politics’ Role in the Classroom
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Neutrality & Censorship: Politics’ Role in the Classroom

During last year’s especially divisive election season, politics seemed to overflow into every aspect of day-to-day life, polarizing America’s electorate. It consumed the nation’s televisions, devoured the country’s headlines,…

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Girls Just Wanna Have Fun-damental Rights
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Girls Just Wanna Have Fun-damental Rights

In the hours after Donald Trump’s Inauguration, millions of women worldwide mobilized to participate in various women’s marches. Among these were the local Miami Women’s March and the…

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The Electoral College: Yay or Nay?
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The Electoral College: Yay or Nay?

When the American people vote for a President and a Vice President every four years in early November, they are casting their votes for a group of state…

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The Possible Effects of a Trump Presidency
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The Possible Effects of a Trump Presidency

A paramount effect of a Donald Trump presidency is Trump’s ability to create an almost entirely Republican Supreme Court. There is already one position, which used to belong…

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Will Anti-Trump Protests Have an Effect?
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Will Anti-Trump Protests Have an Effect?

On Tuesday, November 8th, Democrats and Republicans alike held their breath as the votes for the 2016 Presidential Election were tallied. From the start, this presidential race has…

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A Look Back at Brexit and Its Similarities to the 2016 US Election
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A Look Back at Brexit and Its Similarities to the 2016 US Election

  On June 23, 2016, 51.9% of UK citizens voted [via referendum] to leave the European Union.   The citizens that supported “Brexit” supported it because they felt that…

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Gov. Pol. Seminar: On the Road to the Election
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Gov. Pol. Seminar: On the Road to the Election

On Wednesday, November 2nd,  Mrs. Everett invited me to audit the Government Politics Seminar class with the purpose of observing students hold a political discussion. I stared at…

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2016 Presidential Election Predictions
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2016 Presidential Election Predictions

  The 2016 election season has been one of the most controversial election seasons ever. However, it is finally November 8, Election Day. Every voter has his or…

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Stronger Together: Hillary In Coconut Creek
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Stronger Together: Hillary In Coconut Creek

On Tuesday, October 25th, thousands of Floridians gathered at Broward College in Coconut Creek to support Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail.   Doors opened at noon and lines…

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A Look at Ballot Initiatives and State and Local Elections
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A Look at Ballot Initiatives and State and Local Elections

As election day approaches, millions of people are getting ready to make their decision and some may have already voted since early voting is underway. Many people are…

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