Societal Misconceptions About Immigration Policy in the U.S.
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Societal Misconceptions About Immigration Policy in the U.S.


While most Americans will agree that maintaining strict border control to prevent increased rates of illegal immigration is important, there are simply too many illegal undocumented workers in the nation to deport them all back to their respective countries. Also, many American citizens may not realize just how integrated many undocumented laborers are in today’s … Continue reading

One Nation, Under Surveillance
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One Nation, Under Surveillance


The fate of the United States of America was forever changed on September 11, 2001. As the Twin Towers fell, and hope seemed to be lost, America vowed that similar terrorist attacks would never occur again. 45 days later, the USA PATRIOT Act—Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct … Continue reading

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Blog 12 Council


Some of the topics that we liked: Adri’s “Warning: This is not real life” Marty’s “From Bike to Light” Emily’s “Be More like Kid President” Evelyn’s “Study Abroad for All” The best idea Evelyn’s “Study Abroad for All” A good idea Dan’s “Teaching What Matters” Most underrated and very important Andrew’s “Pledge for Better Public … Continue reading

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60 Seconds to Improve the World: Creating Sane and Happy Children


The fast approaching holiday season has brought a lot of news media coverage on black friday chaos and commotion. One article I read about some of the sadistic, psychotic and tragic events that occurred this past weekend made me stop and think “how mentally stable is America?” It was an article about a woman in Chicago … Continue reading