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What Now? Cabinet Appointments & Other Grave Consequences of the Georgia Elections

Now is the time for the Republican party to be unified, sticking together to stand up for Conservative values, most importantly the right to life and economic commonsense.

Students Advocate For Students: Student Response Task Force Publishes Report To The College

The twenty-two-page report paints a detailed picture of the fall 2020 semester and the effects it had on the students of Saint Anselm College.

A Report On The Student Response To The College Policies Regarding The COVID-19 Pandemic

The Student Response Task Force has completed its work in collecting student feedback regarding COVID-19 policies for the fall 2020 semester. This group, under the purview of the Student Government Association presents a comprehensive report on the student response to the college policies regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Attack on the Capitol is the Epitome of White Privilege in America

From these events, there are many topics and issues that one can pick at and further discuss, but the issue that is most prevalent and urgent for the student body at Saint Anselm College to understand is white privilege.

White Privilege and Racial Inequality At Work in Capitol Riots

The riots that took place at the Capitol building were not only a destructive and immature display of the worst conduct but also showed how white supremacy has and continues to have such a domineering presence in the U.S.

A Libertarian Take On The Capitol Siege

Those that took part in the Capitol Riots need not look further than the political violence that they caused.

The GOP Now Bears a Heavy Burden. They Can’t Afford to Shirk Their Debt.

The GOP we knew before Trump is dead, and whatever rises out of Wednesday's misery will and must come from those Republicans who can admit: this was a mistake, enough is enough.

Trump Supporters Lay Siege to Capitol Building In An Effort To Disrupt Electoral Vote Count.

Protesters outside the Capitol began to break through barriers and storm the steps of the Capitol building. As crowds began to gather on the steps, others forced their way into the building, some breaking windows and climbing through them to enter.