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NASDAQ: The Latest Corporate Advocate for Social Justice

NASDAQ: The Latest Corporate Advocate for Social Justice
December 11, 2020

As time goes on, the western world has become more and more progressive. Some social justice solutions are for the better, but many destroy the meritocracy that this country and capitalism were founded...

Post-Election conflict within Democratic Party

Post-Election conflict within Democratic Party
November 23, 2020

While Joe Biden and the Democrats have seemingly won the presidential election, the Republicans tightened the gap in the House of Representatives and will likely hold a majority in the Senate. The Democratic...

Minnesota: The (Unoffical) Results Are In

Minnesota: The (Unoffical) Results Are In
November 21, 2020

While Minnesota’s election results won’t be fully certified until the State Canvassing Board meets and gives the thumbs up, the deadline for absentee ballots to be received and counted came and went...

It’s Only Fair if We Win

It's Only Fair if We Win
November 4, 2020

Despite the House’s ‘in-crowd’ calling it “expanding the court,” court packing is far more serious than that deceptive phrasing would have you believe. With the confirmation of Justice Barrett,...

2020 Presidential Election: Live Coverage and Editor’s Op/Ed

2020 Presidential Election: Live Coverage and Editor's Op/Ed
November 3, 2020

7:00 p.m. CST - Biden: 85 electorate votes, Trump: 55 electorate votes. Florida is currently being counted, and if Trump takes this state, Biden is in for a battle. As previously mentioned, Biden's attack...

ACB, Easy As 123

ACB, Easy As 123
Court Packing. Well, not really
October 21, 2020

The constitution, initially created in 1787, outlined the legislative and executive branch in detail, but the judicial branch not so much. The constitution allows Congress to stipulate much of the structure...

Why Don’t They Just Eat Cake?

Why Don't They Just Eat Cake?
COVID-19 has Vindicated the Academic Elite
October 8, 2020

For centuries, higher education was an option only for the select few and the university was an elitist institution. However, in modern times, the disparity in the enrollment of diverse students has been...

“My body, my choice” Expo adds necrophilia panel after popular demand

“My body, my choice” Expo adds necrophilia panel after popular demand
October 7, 2020

Attendees of the “My Body, My Choice” Conference (MBMCC) are excitedly taking to Twitter after the surprise addition of a necrophilia panel and Q&A session to next month’s event. The blockbuster...

Trump’s tax returns look bad on paper, but they might not be as bad as they seem

Trump's tax returns look bad on paper, but they might not be as bad as they seem
October 7, 2020

In the months approaching the 2020 Presidential election, we have seen both sides using aggressive tactics to expose and discredit their opposition. In the last couple weeks, President Trump’s tax returns...

There has never been a clearer choice: #KAG

There has never been a clearer choice: #KAG
Stakes high, opposition unhinged
February 20, 2020
Rather than being open and accepting of conservatives, many of the left-wing people on campus and around the nation bring an energy of hostility and disconnect.

A challenge to our Antifa critics

February 7, 2020

The Minnesota Republic has always provided a positive space for our writers to openly and freely share their opinions and ideas, regardless if they were deemed controversial by the university community....

One rate cut good, three rate cuts bad

One rate cut good, three rate cuts bad
November 8, 2019

Two weeks ago, the Federal Reserve cut its benchmark rate for the third time this year in an attempt to curb a slight slowdown of the economy. Afterwards, officials signaled that this could be the last...

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