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A Tech-Driven Approach to End Hunger and Food Waste Opinions
A Tech-Driven Approach to End Hunger and Food Waste
July 30, 2019
by Leah Lizarondo

Nearly each day reports chronicle the catastrophic ramifications of climate change, as well as the effects of poverty and hunger on growing children. The National Institutes of Health just released a study explaining that eating an unprocessed diet triggers an individual’s body to produce an appetite-suppressing... Read More

Being a Moderate in Congress Is Expensive Opinions
Being a Moderate in Congress Is Expensive
June 11, 2019
by Anne Kim

Few jobs in politics might be tougher than to be a moderate member of Congress. Moderates typically hail from competitive districts, which means they enter office with targets on their backs from an opposition eager to wrest away their seats. And unlike their colleagues in safely... Read More

A Brighter Future: Brought to You by Tolerance and Responsible Leadership Opinions
A Brighter Future: Brought to You by Tolerance and Responsible Leadership
May 1, 2019
by Bawa Jain

Persons of faith from around the world are suffering, yet again. The world had not yet healed from the attacks in New Zealand, when the devastating Easter Sunday suicide bombings took place in Sri Lanka. Then, just a week later, there was another hate-fueled attack –... Read More

The Americanism of the Electoral College Opinions
The Americanism of the Electoral College
April 16, 2019
by Guy Redmer

There’s something particularly ironic about a presidential candidate standing in the rural state of Mississippi and calling for abolishment of the Electoral College. Yet, that’s exactly what Senator Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., did on the campaign trail. She’s not alone. Other major Democratic candidates have piled on... Read More

We Weep for You, Our Lady Opinions
We Weep for You, Our Lady

The first time I saw it, I could barely breathe. It was so beautiful against the cerulean sky. Our Lady of Paris. It looked like a mass of lace, draped over scaffolding, with giant crystal kaleidoscope windows. I fell in love with a building that was... Read More

Betsy DeVos Can't Be Bothered Opinions
Betsy DeVos Can't Be Bothered
April 12, 2019
by Mary Sanchez

Say this for Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos: She's consistently elitist. She's also consistently obtuse, which often is the demeanor of the entitled. DeVos simply can't be bothered to consult studies that don't comport with what she already believes or to consider input from members of... Read More

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