Author: David Hourin

The many sides of Williams: How the College breaks the law of contradiction

Law of contradiction: a principle in logic: a thing cannot at the same time both be and not be of a specified kind (as a table and not a table)…

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Chinks in the armor: Nuanced differences are sabotaging the Democratic Party

Democrats should have learned two very difficult lessons from the 2016 presidential election: People do not care about racism and sexism as much as they are made out to, and…

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The importance of conversation

Well, here we are again: living in the wake of another deadly mass shooting in America. This time, it took place at a community college most people probably had never…

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Substance over sound bites

The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution guarantees the right to free speech and free press. It is incredibly beneficial to have a free flow of ideas and opinions in…

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The problem with patriotism

It’s becoming more and more difficult to be “proud to be an American.” People can chant “U-S-A” all they want and sing the “Star-Spangled Banner” until they’re red, white and…

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