#55 Strong
Last year, having had enough teachers stepped away from their class rooms. All 55 counties participated in a work stoppage to increase pay for teachers. Salary for beginning teachers in West Virginia ...
Mohammed Bin Salman Is a Bigger Threat to US Than Osama Bin Laden Ever Was
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Why Donald Trump's Border Bill Insistence Has Gone This Far
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Peter Rose2 days ago
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The 10th Amendment to the Constitution
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Noelle Clarke14 days ago
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Lonely Allie .20 days ago
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WatchMojo a month ago
Top 10 Crazy Donald Trump Moments
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Toba Leverton2 months ago
Emil Cohen
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Dear Donald
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Your Slavery Footprint—How the Choices You Make Every Day Harms People and the Planet
As the new generation of young people, Millenials, Gen Z’s and the ones to follow, we are known for our fast fashion and trends that come and go quicker than night turns into day. Whilst some of us dw...
Canadian Diplomats in Cuba Continue to Contract Mysterious Illness
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J. P. Frattinia month ago
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Why Donald Trump's Border Bill Insistence Has Gone This Far
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#NationalEmergency: Are We Surprised Trump's Gone This Far?
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We've Been Trumped
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#55 Strong
Last year, having had enough teachers stepped away from their class rooms. All 55 counties participated in a work stoppage to increase pay for teachers. Salary for beginning teachers in West Virginia ...
Rowan Sampson7 days ago
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Dr. Williams14 days ago
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Andrew Wilson7 days ago
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Time for a National Debate on Socialism
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In Love with a DACA Kid
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M. Tomascha month ago
Not "Offended," Just on the Offense
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Boeing Safety Threat Denied and Defended
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Do People Realize We Are in Charge?
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The Superior Economic Impact of War
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Kate O'Callaghan10 days ago
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Skyler Sneathen17 days ago
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The 10th Amendment to the Constitution
The 10th Amendment reads as follows: “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."...
The 9th Amendment
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The 8th Amendment
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Edward Anderson7 days ago
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Patrick Hollis3 months ago
Martial Law Imposed in Ukraine as Tensions with Russia Increase Once More
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Meghan Kotz4 months ago
15 Essential New Year's Resolutions
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Lauren Skopkowski9 months ago
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Triston Jackson24 days ago
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Triston Jackson25 days ago
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Will Jackson2 months ago
42 Things That Will Happen When Queen Elizabeth Dies
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Claire Peters23 days ago
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The Seventh Amendment
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The Sixth Amendment
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Roger Stone Was Just Arrested. Who Will Be Next?
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Devin Nassar-Reis2 months ago
Dear ESPN, Keep Your Politics Out of My Sports Broadcast!
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Cameron Duncan23 days ago
Ye and "Free Thought"
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Edward Andersona month ago
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Judith Moore2 months ago
When Activists Betray Us
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