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Political correctness drains individuality

It is time to stop being excessively politically correct about everything and let developments in society transpire. Merriam-Webster defines political correctness as “agreeing with the idea that people should be careful to not use language or behave in a way that could offend a particular group of people.” However, do we ...

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Skepticism about science healthy in moderation

Learn about scientific research and findings before becoming skeptical about it. Scientists went to school to earn their right to be skeptical. Earn your right, too. Imagine coming out of school with a degree in your field. What if the general public questioned everything you did or planned to do? ...

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Photo enforced speed limits are not safe

Tennessee should get rid of photo-enforced speed limits, because instead of increasing safety on roadways, they cause more safety problems. Photo-enforced speed limits have been around since 2001, but the name may be deceiving. Photo enforcers bring more revenue than they do safety. Instead of stopping reckless drivers, the camera ...

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APSU should have both Coke and Pepsi products

When it comes to the endless war between Coke and Pepsi products, Coke wins every time with its strong followers backing the company. Many people are upset APSU carries Pepsi products instead of Coke products. “Pepsi is inferior to Coke, so it’s very disappointing to not have Coke products on ...

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Enjoy each music genre for its own value

Whether it’s rock, country, classical or pop, no genre of music is superior to the others. Every genre of music has its own special influence on its listeners. According to Science Mag, people can find different genres of music more pleasurable than others based on their brain activity. One genre ...

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