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    Needle exchange programs are needed withinin our communities

Needle exchange programs are needed withinin our communities

The opioid crisis needs to be considered a public health epidemic, not a criminal offense. Those who suffer from addiction are affected by a chronic disease of the brain. It is no more of a choice than someone diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes or a smoker acquiring lung cancer. No

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    Believing sexual assault survivors is necessary for progression

Believing sexual assault survivors is necessary for progression

Most Americans are familiar with the sexual assault allegations against actor Kevin Spacey. Spacey was brought to justice during the #MeToo era, and one of the accuser’s claims were heard by a judge in early January. Spacey is just one of a long list of men facing claims of sexual misconduct,

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    Letter from the Editor: Good things come in threes

Letter from the Editor: Good things come in threes

The last time I wrote one of these letters, I was still relatively new to leading this newspaper. Twenty two newspaper editions and several gray hairs later, I am now entering spring 2019 as one of the longest serving editors in chief in the history of the North Texas Daily.

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    Student loan borrowers stiffed by persistent government shutdown

Student loan borrowers stiffed by persistent government shutdown

The new year is finally here and we’re already off to a precarious start as we officially approach the one month mark of our President’s most recent shenanigans. The government shutdown has affected hundreds of thousands of people so far, putting a pause on federal agencies, freezing job positions nationwide

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    Watering the seed of political revolution in America

Watering the seed of political revolution in America

America has been facing political instability for many years and the situation will only escalate as we continue forward. As the next generation, we have some important decisions to make regarding how we are being governed and if the traditional systems are going to work for us anymore. When looking

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    Conservatives looking to federal courts for partisan support may be fighting an uphill battle

Conservatives looking to federal courts for partisan support may be fighting an uphill battle

by Amber Gaudet | contributing writer All pretense of respect for constitutional freedoms fell away this November as political tactics pushing a conservative agenda have grown increasingly aggressive, making federal courts the last vestige of due process. On both national and state levels, the latest conservative political maneuvers have signaled

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    California wildfires should not be subject to controversy in the media and politics

California wildfires should not be subject to controversy in the media and politics

As the smoke cleared and the sky returned from its tawny form, the Golden State was left resembling ground zero on a planet that resembled Mars more than it resembled Earth. Forests burned to the ground, fields of green now tarnished black piles of ash and California is now almost

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    President Trump can’t re-write the rights of immigrants

President Trump can’t re-write the rights of immigrants

What does it mean to be “American?” Something that started as an idea with the hope of endless possibilities became an exclusive, singular expectation developed out of fear. Nationalism has lost its way, straying from the appreciation of diversity that distinguishes us from other nations. We once believed our varying

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    The system isn’t “broken”: The Supreme Court has historically underrepresented minorities

The system isn’t “broken”: The Supreme Court has historically underrepresented minorities

The Supreme Court was never really a sacred government sector. It is easy to believe that the appointment of Brett Kavanaugh has compromised the values of the nation’s highest and most revered court, but that’s not at all true. For it to be true, the Supreme Court would have to

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    Unconditionally free speech can no longer exist in our world

Unconditionally free speech can no longer exist in our world

The premise of social media website Gab is easy enough to understand: Free speech for all, regardless of opinions or political views. After major social media sites Facebook and Twitter began to receive pressure from the government to police hate speech on their platforms, Gab swooped in and advocated itself

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