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Change in the Wrong Direction: Reviewing the Safe Campus Act
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Change in the Wrong Direction: Reviewing the Safe Campus Act

Earlier this week, former Senator Trent Lott (R – Miss.) was hired by a group of national fraternity organizations working together to pass the Safe Campus Act, a bill proposed over the summer that would essentially limit sexual abuse investigations on college campuses. Spearheaded by three federal representatives, Matt Salmon […]

A Tale of Two Debates: Assessing the GOP Candidates
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A Tale of Two Debates: Assessing the GOP Candidates

Yesterday, 17 Republican candidates headed to Cleveland to accomplish many tasks. These ranged from proving themselves to reminding people they exist. They each saw varying levels of success. A crowded GOP field created the need for two debates. The top ten candidates got to enjoy the national spotlight in the prime time debate, while the other seven […]