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President Obama’s Farewell Address to the Divided States of America
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President Obama’s Farewell Address to the Divided States of America

If asked to recall past presidential farewell addresses, it is likely that Washington’s or Eisenhower’s is the first, if not the only, to come to mind. What do the two have in common? Why are they considered the most memorable? Both conveyed foreboding warnings. Washington warned of permanent foreign alliances […]

10 Things to talk about at Thanksgiving instead of Politics
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10 Things to talk about at Thanksgiving instead of Politics

Please read with caution. This article is meant to be a satire. Happy Thanksgiving from TRBC! Sports! Probably the most likely topic to come up at dinner outside of politics anyway, sports can be equally as annoying to talk about/fight over. For those that would rather argue with their uncles […]

What You Need to Know About the Dakota Access Pipeline: The History, Bernie Sanders and Facebook Activism
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What You Need to Know About the Dakota Access Pipeline: The History, Bernie Sanders and Facebook Activism

If you have had any interaction with social media, the news or other humans, you have most likely heard of the Dakota Access Pipeline and the protests that are taking place on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota. While this is not a new conflict, it has garnered […]