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Women’s March in D.C. Overshadows Trump’s Inauguration
10 months ago

Women’s March in D.C. Overshadows Trump’s Inauguration

Nonviolence, hope for the future, the loving struggle against the forces of evil, and ending physical violence against women were key principles undergirding the Women’s March on Washington.

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Kirkpatrick V. McCain

There is no candidate in this general election that  I believe in as much as I believe in Ann Kirkpatrick. I believe in supporting her not only because of …
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How Should Teachers Approach Politics in Class?
2 years ago

How Should Teachers Approach Politics in Class?

It’s election season once again, and the political energy in the air often presents unusual challenges for Gregory School teachers. Recent Chant polling shows the upper school campus as an …
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Widespread Hysteria Engulfs College Campuses
2 years ago

Widespread Hysteria Engulfs College Campuses

An alarming trend is taking place in America. For years, right wing extremists have driven the Republican Party further to the right than ever before. In response, it seems, there …
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Is the End of Ben Carson Nigh?
2 years ago

Is the End of Ben Carson Nigh?

One of the most peculiar figures in the 2016 presidential race is Dr. Ben Carson, a retired neurosurgeon now leading the Republican pack in several national polls.

Carson …
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Why the Youth Vote Counts in 2016

Many students of The Gregory School will finally be able to participate in one of the United States’ famed traditions this year: voting.

Although voting is in essence …
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Outsiders Shake Up the 2016 Presidential Race
2 years ago

Outsiders Shake Up the 2016 Presidential Race

After the second Republican presidential debate on September 15, pollsters have Carly Fiorina surging to second place, pushing Ben Carson out from what was once his comfortable spot behind …
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Pope Visits the United States

Streets lined with hundreds of thousands of exhilarated believers, a packed joint session of Congress, mothers casting their babies into the hands of Vatican aides for the chance to …
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Doug Ducey Makes Waves as Arizona’s New Governor

Only three months into his tenure, Arizona’s new governor Doug Ducey has already left his mark and established himself as a force not to be reckoned with.

Ducey’s …
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Obama Goes Big, Not Home at his Sixth State of the Union

It was an undeniably Obama-esque speech, full of pathos that was sure to win over millions of supportive viewers but few political opponents. Despite the Democratic party’s abysmal loss in …
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Obama announces immigration reform

President Barack Obama announced in late November his plans to reform the immigration system by means of executive action; a move that was sure to enrage congressional Republicans. The central …
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Media influence strong on 2016 election

The 2016 presidential race is beginning to take shape, and the November elections have just concluded, so the country should be in full political debate. That includes the youth of …
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Unrest in Israel follows terrorism
3 years ago

Unrest in Israel follows terrorism

Tensions are running high in Israel where a wave of recent terror attacks have put both civilians and the military on edge. The attacks began on October 23 when two …
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Meet your Tucson Congressional Representatives

Ann Kirkpatrick (CD-1)

Range: Oro Valley and the area North of it

Representative: Ann Kirkpatrick, age 64

Kirkpatrick, a Democrat, is serving her third tenure as Representative. She first won representation …
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ISIS: Who’s to blame for its rise?

In today’s exceedingly partisan environment, right-wing pundits are quick to blame President Obama for the current situation in Iraq and the subsequent rise of the Islamic State. Purveyors of this …
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