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Breaking the Narrative Episode 119: Free College as The Democrat Platform? Conveniently Insufficient!

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Recently we’ve had the announcements by both Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden for candidacy for the 2020 Election on the Democratic ticket. While I believe that Biden is gonna fall short despite his pleas to the politics of the far left, due to his misunderstanding of them, I am of the mind that the platform piece that is going to more openly determine who ends up on top of the pecking order is...

Breaking the Narrative Episode 74: Hitting Close to Home. On the Marshall County High School Tragedy.

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Hello again my fellow questioners, this week is probably going to lack my typical feel because this merits a more serious and somber tone. If you have paid attention to news articles at all in the past few weeks then you’ve likely heard of what happened in Benton, Kentucky – specifically at the Marshall County High School.…

Reading, writing, and… resentment?

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Q: How does a social justice organization attempt to promote unity and community among students and parents in a diverse school system? A: Engage in a divisive misplaced guilt campaign! Recently, a group called Students Promoting Unity and Diversity (SPUD) offered an identity politics propaganda display to parents from the Oakland County, Michigan school system to promote a social justice program...

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