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These days it seems like every other movie in theaters is horror, to the point where the genre is starting to fall victim to “the Marvel curse”; too much of a good thing means that good thing starts to drop in quality. Despite this, I took a bit ...
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This weekend saw a major defeat to President Donald Trump and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.) with the American Health Care Act being pulled from Congress on Friday as the proposed replacement to the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare. Democrats in Congress are rejoicing as ...
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The Netherlands doesn’t really have pennies. That’s where I was when Trump won: curled up on a couch in a cloud of mildew, stuffing bursting out of the arms and sticking to my wet face in the Netherlands. It was nothing special; hundreds of millions of people across ...
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“Kong: Skull Island” was a bit like a delicious, yet very saturated meal. It’s enjoyable, but after an hour, it leaves you empty. Does that mean the film was bad? Anything but. It was a fun ride, even when it made no sense at all. As a monster ...
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President Donald Trump might have mixed or unknown views on certain political topics but one thing for certain is his views on climate change. To say that our 45th President is opposed to the idea of climate change would be an understatement. Take Election Day 2012. President Obama ...
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The author of this piece has a family member on the board of the following cultural organization. This piece is not meant to be used as an advertisement for the organization but an editorial about Japanese culture and female empowerment.  On a holiday of traditionally feminine festivities, Los Angeles’ Japanese ...
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On Saturday members of the Democratic National Committee gathered in Atlanta for the annual winter meetings, this time to elect a new Party chair. The former Labor Secretary during the Obama administration Tom Perez is arguably the new face of the Democratic Party as he narrowly defeated Minnesota Rep. Keith ...
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Week One: January 20th-January 27th On the day of Trump’s inauguration, protests broke out across the country. The next day, a worldwide women’s movement held marches in cities on almost every continent of the globe. It was estimated that millions of people participated, and celebrities and elected officials ...
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Donald J. Trump was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States Friday. Arguably the most unique and divisive consequences resulting from the inauguration of the 70-year-old Republican businessman from New York are who he selected for his cabinet and how those people will govern, as ...
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Rather than being a cogent body of A-listers, Trump’s motley crew of performers  for his inaugural ceremony resembles the individuals of the Breakfast Club, except they all play into the trope expected of them, rather than subverting it. Toby Keith and Lee Greenwood signed on as beloved country ...
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