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    Taylor Swift’s banner being covered up by the L.A. Kings is disrespectful

Taylor Swift’s banner being covered up by the L.A. Kings is disrespectful

The hockey team known as the Los Angeles Kings believed that they were cursed by a Taylor Swift banner that was hung in the Staples Center in 2015 because they have not won a single home game since the banner went up.  Swift earned this banner by being the only

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    Tattoos and piercings shouldn’t be restricted in the workplace

Tattoos and piercings shouldn’t be restricted in the workplace

With 2020 only two months away, the start of a new decade allows people to make new changes and decisions in their lives. Many people, college students especially, tend to get tattoos and piercings for a variety of reasons ranging from self-expression to family memories. About 42 percent of Americans

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    Polygamy will most likely always remain stigmatized in America

Polygamy will most likely always remain stigmatized in America

Polygamy is a dirty word for many Americans, even though it’s been practiced for many centuries and is still practiced to this day in some countries. According to Psychology Today, genetic studies have proven that monogamy began to edge out polygamy in human populations only 10,000 years ago. So what makes polygamy such

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    The incarceration of migrant children is tantamount to genocide

The incarceration of migrant children is tantamount to genocide

The initial, entirely warranted nationwide indignation that followed Donald Trump’s mass incarceration of migrant children has since been reduced to a familiar sense of resignation for many of his opponents. The sheer amount of scandal defining Trump’s presidency has had the undoubtedly intended effect of overwhelming his detractors. While their

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    Netflix should start to simulcast its content

Netflix should start to simulcast its content

Streaming is one of the most convenient innovations in the entertainment industry to date. Not only can I watch whatever I want, wherever I want and whenever I want, I also get exposed to shows and other assorted content that I might never have had a chance of seeing if

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    Facebook’s decline is its own fault

Facebook’s decline is its own fault

Facebook is one of the top social media platforms still out there in the world. It reinvented and improved on the thought of being connected with friends and family and changed the way that social media has been ever since. Recently however, it seems that Facebook has been in the

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    Tyler Perry is a modern-day superhero

Tyler Perry is a modern-day superhero

Tyler Perry, the genius architect behind 17 feature films, 20 stage plays, seven television shows and more, has amassed an empire out of his incredible accolades. Perry’s life story is purely that of the American dream. Born and raised in New Orleans, Perry’s childhood was filled with poverty and abuse.

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    Women’s fashion should allow for more pockets

Women’s fashion should allow for more pockets

Has it ever occurred to clothing industries to add more pockets onto women’s pants? I constantly struggle on a daily basis to fit things into my pockets, and most of the time, the pockets aren’t even real or deep enough to carry anything. I’ve gone through many pants since my

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    It is important and necessary to vote in all elections

It is important and necessary to vote in all elections

No matter what election may be coming up ⁠— whether it be a local election or the presidential election ⁠— your vote matters as much as anyone else’s does. There seems to be a stigma around voting nowadays where if you choose not to vote, it won’t matter in the

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    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s questioning of Mark Zuckerberg is vital in the age of fake news

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s questioning of Mark Zuckerberg is vital in the age of fake news

Mark Zuckerberg met with Congress recently to speak about Facebook and its policies on fact-checking political ads. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez kept asking Zuckerberg about the intentions and the boundaries that he and his company will allow, to mediocre responses from the media giant. For starters AOC asked, “Could I run

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