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AN EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION

On January 1, 1863, Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation, freeing the slaves held in the states that were engaged in a rebellion against the United States. 1,091 more words

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TED CRUZ FOR PRESIDENT

Today marked the day when the Republican Party had it’s first announced candidate for President of the United States for 2016.

Senator Cruz chose Liberty University in Virginia as the site for his speech. 502 more words

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THE SWEET SIXTEEN

This year’s sweet sixteen is full of good match-ups. I am here on the west coast, and for all of the UCLA Bruin fans their match-up will be a rematch of Gonzaga and UCLA. 368 more words

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THE FUTURE OF PRO FOOTBALL

It is ironic that this week has seen the end of the life of a legendary player Chuck Bednarik and the end of the career of Chris Borland. 406 more words

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MANDATORY VOTING

When you objectively look at our political party system I don’t think too many Americans would say that they are happy with the way things are going. 757 more words

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THE NFL DRAFT: QUARTERBACKS

The NFL draft will be here before you know it. And the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on the clock!!! Everyone knows that Tampa needs a quarterback. Conventional wisdom has Tampa choosing Jameis Winston as their pick. 393 more words

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THE FIRST DAY OF MARCH MADNESS

What can we take away from the first day of March madness? Well, as usual upsets abound and favored teams for the final four often find their first game challenging. 294 more words

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