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The Reality of the Gender Pay Gap

By: Matthew Levengood Almost every women’s-rights activist has in their repertoire of arguments the supposed colossal injustice that is the wage gap. Allegedly, women make less money than men for equal work. Outrage! How is this happening in the year 2017? There’s a key issue that many people are missing when they rally against this… Read more »

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Conservatism Still Matters

By: Robert Rosamelia In a turbulent and demoralizing political landscape, we should defer to tradition to steady ourselves President Donald Trump is unique in nearly every metric on which a president is judged. He was elected without any prior military or political experience, he has an infamous penchant for tweeting whatever thoughts come into his… Read more »

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Why Cuban-Americans Vote Republican

By: Thomas Gueli In typical AU-fashion, my neighbor and I had been discussing politics last Saturday. In the course of the discussion, my neighbor admitted that she could not possibly understand how Pres. Trump won the state of Florida in the 2016 election despite the state’s large Hispanic-American population. Her underlying assumption was only partially… Read more »