Tag Archives: politics

  1. Q-Tips and Critical Thinking

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    February 6, 2018 by Julia

    Could we, as a society, live without Q-tips? Probably, yes. Could we live without alcohol? Yes. Do we want to, though? No. Do we want to live without Q-tips? No, but I’m guessing we wouldn’t have quite the uproar that we did with the Prohibition.

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  2. Unsubscribing from Trump

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    January 5, 2018 by Julia

    A year ago, I felt it was my duty to pay attention, to sign every petition, read every headline and …
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  3. Stating the Obvious

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    September 2, 2017 by Julia

    I can still be mad about Charlottesville and sorrowful for the victims of Harvey. I am both. None of us …
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  4. Sustainable Goodness

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    March 20, 2017 by Julia

    It’s hard to write about community service without boasting, or idealizing, or boring your audience. It’s such a relevant topic …
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  5. The Christian Vote

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    January 31, 2017 by Julia

    Like many of my fellow Americans, I’ve been deeply agitated by the state of our country since Trump’s inauguration. It’s …
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  6. On This Inauguration Eve

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    January 19, 2017 by Julia

    It’s easy to call for unification and forgiveness and respect and acceptance when you are in the winning party. I …
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  7. Thanksgiving Card 2016: The Good Fight

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    November 23, 2016 by Julia

    Our quintessential American family day of Thanksgiving always comes so soon after Election Day. I know the usual line is …
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