Remembering John Brown- DRAFT

Charlie Gers 10/18/2017   Remembering John Brown In the wake of recent events, such as the Charlottesville “Unite the Right” rally in August 12, cities and communities have disputed removing confederate monuments in cities across the nation. Cities such as New Orleans, Los Angeles, and Annapolis have already removed Confederate monuments because of the claim…

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Las Vegas: Moving Forward

Trying to take on the enormity of the Las Vegas shooting emotionally is a daunting task. Much that has been revealed to the public that should discourage even the brightest optimist. An apparently average guy, sixty-four-year-old Stephen Paddock spent eleven months building up a stockpile of thirty-three firearms while secretly planning to unleash a hailstorm…

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Tale of Two Seasons

The 2016 baseball season was an summer for the Minnesota Twins. Despite an encouraging 2015 season and many promising rookies, the Twins spent the entire 162 games in last place. It seemed as though 2017 was going to be more of the same: Byron Buxton striking out, starters getting pounded, and Brian Dozier’s trade prestige…

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Bridging the Gap

I am not a Republican. I’m not really much of anything. I have a few opinions. I’m a free speech nut. I think Ryan Gosling is a national treasure. I think more drugs should be legal, and that mashed potatoes are the worst part of Thanksgiving dinner. I think President Trump is a really bad…

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Pissed Off Patriot

The leftist cartel that runs the mainstream media is so disgusting with its corruption and selective outrage.  This is a crucial time in history where America needs a free and independent press to hold the gargantuan government accountable, along with making sure the American people have the straight story about whats going on in this…

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In a recent address to the United Nations, President Trump presented in stark terms his opinions of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. The President started his address by running through a slideshow, which was comprised entirely of photoshopped images of the North Korean dictator. Some of the slides depicted a shirtless Kim, his arms wrapped…

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Time to Privatize the Dorms?

Sky-high rent. Faulty amenities. Nonexistent cleanliness. These sound like nightmare scenarios for college living arrangements, probably because of predatory landlords and evil apartment companies. However, these inadequate living spaces are right on our campus. University of Minnesota on-campus housing is frequently criticized by tenets for high costs with far too little in return. Housing is…

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