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A Look At Politics In 2016

A Look At Politics In 2016

Donald Trump’s win has been fraught with controversy from a multitude of different sources. Right up until November 8, we believed that Donald Trump’s camp would be protesting his loss, possibly violently, after months of rhetoric from Mr. Trump insisting that the election was rigged against him (unless he won, of course).  Who could have guessed that it would be […]

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This Is Where America Goes From Here

This Is Where America Goes From Here

In the early hours of November 9th, San Francisco was quiet. In a stunning turn of events, the Republican nominee, Donald Trump, became the next president of the United States. For weeks, it was expected that Hillary Clinton, Democratic nominee, was going to win and become the first female president of our country. But he defied the polls, the odds, […]

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Samantha Bee Helps Us Process The Election

Samantha Bee Helps Us Process The Election

Samantha Bee, host of her show, Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, is the level-headed, righteously disappointed voice for the nation. After the major upset of the election, chances are you’re probably still grasping the weight of it all: Hillary Clinton was incredibly close to becoming the first female president of the United States, Donald Trump won thanks to a silent […]

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The Overlooked Silent Majority For Trump

The Overlooked Silent Majority For Trump

In an election upset that will be remembered for the rest of American history, Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump, became president-elect and defeated expected winner, Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton. It left much of the nation stunned and eventually, stirred an impressive amount of citizens to protest the election. But there was a silent majority that voted for Trump, a […]

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We’re Excited For These Female Leaders

We’re Excited For These Female Leaders

The 2016 presidential election results came to a stunning end with Republican candidate Donald Trump winning the electoral college votes to become president, while Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton won the nation’s popular vote. It was a truly unexpected turn of events and the country was close to having its first female president in its 238 year history. Although we will […]

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