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Poorer by the day

A lot of people are actually becoming poorer by the day without realizing it. How? You may ask yourself, well this is because of inflation. Inflation is a general increase in prices and fall in the purchasing value of money. Inflation is the reason why groceries, and basically anything else ...

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Things that deserve more hype: Part 1

Kamea's Corner

The Get Down deserves way more recognition and way more hype. Like way more. Everyone hypes up Stranger Things and Jessica Jones and all these white-based TV shows that we have been watching nearly since TV was invented, but here we have a show that actually has a diverse cast ...

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Sister Location: The best game in FNAF series?

Last month I wrote an article about the latest installment in Scott Cawthon’s runaway video game franchise, “Five Nights at Freddy’s,” and how the new game was going to be released on Oct. 7 of this year. Surprisingly, Cawthon actually kept his word this time and the newest game, “Sister ...

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“The Purge” franchise coming to television

The Purge series has become a yearly cinema installment, with its most recent film “The Purge: Election Year” hitting theatres in July of 2016. The box office smash about a future in which all crime is legal for a twelve hour period known as “The Purge” became the lowest budget ...

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On the Issues: Gun Control (Part One)

  From the perspective of the Democratic Candidate: Secretary Hillary Clinton While Secretary Clinton agrees with all other candidates that shootings across America occur way too frequently, her stance is in full support of more stringent gun control laws. According to Clinton, too many loopholes exist under the current laws ...

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On The Issues: Gun Control (Part Two)

On The Issues: Gun Control Mr. Trump and Governor Johnson have relatively similar beliefs regarding guns in the United States. This is unsurprising given their political leanings, but the opinions of both candidates differ greatly from their left-leaning opponents. In general, Mr. Trump and Governor Johnson believe: Laws that limit ...

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