Category: Op-Eds

United States foreign policy tactics threaten tenuous state of global security

Recent developments in U.S. foreign policy constitute a threat to global stability. Rather than pursue global cooperation, America has retained the unsparing Cold War methods of Third World interventionism and unilateral self-interest.

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Need for discourse about death penalty

For Christmas my stepmother gave me a copy of a biography of Thurgood Marshall that has just been released.

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Clinton scandal reveals deeper schism in American society

There is a unique joy that comes from the misfortune of those you dislike. This perverse pleasure is discovered sometime in early childhood, at which time an individual learns that he can increase his own joy by inflicting suffering on perceived enemies.

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Perjury threatens integrity of national institutions

It has been almost one year since the Monica Lewinsky scandal broke out. What was thought at the time to be nothing more than another presidential affair has turned into a circus that threatens to undermine the once-hallowed Presidency of the United States.

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Conservative Republican influences to blame for interminable political circus plaguing Washington

After the House of Representatives impeached President Clinton in December, I was incensed. I found myself angry and disappointed with our political system.

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PE requirement goes beyond bounds of College

I, like many others, received a letter from the physical education department reminding me that I needed eight physical education classes to graduate. To date (I’m a sophomore), I have completed two classes.

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Yellowstone Park grizzly bear population recovers slowly, but remains unstable

The Yellowstone grizzly bear population seems to be recovering somewhat from a previous state of despair.

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System a catch-22 for good politicians

Hulk Hogan has entered the ring. Last week, this stalwart of professional wrestling announced his presidential candidacy.

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European Monetary Union should prove a boon to all nations involved

Next month, 11 European nations will venture into the unknown. Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Ireland, Finland and Austria will inaugurate the European Monetary Union (EMU) in just a few weeks.

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Republicans repeating impeachment mistake

I bounced a check last week. Do you know how stupid you feel when you hear from the bank about bouncing a check?

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