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Children don't belong in any cage, not today, not yesterday and not ever. What the Trump administration did was cruel. Separating parents from their children to instill fear so the parents don't try to seek a better life is wrong. For a country supposedly built on Christian values and a current president taking photo ops with the Bible in tow, these kinds of actions are the furthest thing from the teachings of Jesus. Then again, Jesus was Jewish, not a Christian.

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The Supreme Court was right in upholding "faithless elector" laws. Under the Supreme Court decision in Chiafalo v. Washington, states may remove or sanction Electoral College members if those electors go rogue and defy the will of the state's voters. The 2020 election is already facing many challenges and the Court may have prevented disloyal electors from having an impact on the upcoming election. 

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I became fascinated with Carrie Chapman Catt and the surrounding controversy at Iowa State as a sophomore three years ago. As a history major, I had the unique experience to complete in-depth research into Catt’s life, reading almost everything she ever wrote. In publications, academic conferences and popular presentations, I have explored both Catt’s accomplishments and her antiquated racial views. Over the past three years, I have researched Carrie Chapman Catt as thoroughly as anyone …

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The COVID-19 pandemic has clearly caused severe disruption to the world, but there still appears to be common debates on how to handle coronavirus and prevent the spread. A consensus doesn't seem to exist between politicians, citizens and researchers across the country about what to do, even though there are many Americans who are hospitalized after being exposed to COVID-19.

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