Enough About the White Working Class

An emerging theme from the media’s analysis of the 2016 election is that the Democrats failed to connect with the

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Texas vs. Texas: The Senate That Won’t Stop

Dallas is a divided city. It was divided before President Trump was elected. It was divided before President Obama was

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Israel’s Legacy of Humanitarianism

Despite the rocky relationship between Israel and Syria, Israel is committed to helping the other in its humanitarian crisis, treating

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The Borders Around Our Own Empathy

When a suicide bomber detonated at an arena concert in Manchester in May 2017, it shook America to its bones.

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Mushroom Wars

Unionville High School and Kennett High School are bitter rivals. The two schools are 3.2 miles apart. Both are located

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A Cultural Separation

“Merry Christmas!” I proudly exclaimed to a fellow four-year-old at the local public pool on a hot and humid July

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