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cDNA Should be Ineligible for Patents

Teddy Jack, Staff Writer
May 7, 2024

In the correct decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in 2013 (Association for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad Genetics) that human genes cannot be patentable as a “product of nature”. However, they...

Carbon Capture: Miracle Cure or Snake Oil?

Carbon Capture: Miracle Cure or Snake Oil?

Nathan Heftman, Editor in Chief
April 17, 2024

Climate change is a relevant danger to our society today, threatening individual lives, nations of all kinds, and the earth itself. Numerous proposals have been made in order to save our planet from this...

An Interview with Wisconsin State Rep. Lisa Subeck

An Interview with Wisconsin State Rep. Lisa Subeck

Skye Warner, Staff Writer
April 2, 2024

On March 18, I sat down with Wisconsin State Representative Lisa Subeck, who serves as the Assembly Democratic Caucus Chair. We discussed Wisconsin politics and the influence youth voting has on it.   This...

A Non-Liberals Defense of Liberalism

A Non-Liberal’s Defense of Liberalism

Teddy Jack, Staff Writer
March 12, 2024
On Feb. 7, California Conservative posted the following comment on our article from Dec. 1, about immigration:
Fueling the Fire: How Outside Powers Escalate Middle East Tensions

Fueling the Fire: How Outside Powers Escalate Middle East Tensions

Logan Gouss, Staff Writer
February 6, 2024

The Middle East has long been plagued by foreign interventions that have bred instability and humanitarian crises across the region. From the proxy wars in Yemen and Syria to the NATO-led overthrow of...

Taiwan’s Democratic Progressive Party utilizes panda puppets and stickers to ask Taipei City Zoo to change the names of their leased giant pandas to “Freedom,” “Democracy,” or “Independence”

Communism’s Strangest Strongarm: The Span of the CCP’s Panda Diplomacy

Billy Stromberg, Staff Writer
January 30, 2024
As tensions rise between the United States and the People’s Republic of China, many American citizens are moving closer to separating themselves from a regime that manufactures products made with Uighur slave labor and pumping Chinese fentanyl onto our urban street corners. Instead, however, something odder has vanished from the American landscape. That being the disappearance of the giant panda bear from zoos across the country. Under order of the Chinese government, all pandas that have been given to the U.S. will be returned to China by early 2024. But why pandas? Of everything that could be taken away, why was it them?
Sanctuary Cities in Recession and the Grifters Who Are Killing Them

Sanctuary Cities in Recession and the Grifters Who Are Killing Them

Billy Stromberg, Staff Writer
December 1, 2023

“Sanctuary cities.” We’ve all heard the term at least once, either from news sources giving praise to a Democratic politician who claimed that their city or even their state was a sanctuary for any...

Who is behind anti-union sentiment in America?

Who is behind anti-union sentiment in America?

Aleksei Sokolov, Editor in Chief
November 21, 2023

One of Hollywood's most recognizable names stands on an August afternoon in the California sun. Jack Black, who is notably wearing a shirt with a huge dog face paired with swim trunks, is standing, holding...

Biden’s Climate Security Strategy is Correct

Biden’s Climate Security Strategy is Correct

Teddy Jack, Staff Writer
October 18, 2023

Due to research for my Junior Theme, I had the displeasure of encountering an article by the Editorial Board of the National Review discussing Biden’s National Security Strategy. The article states that...

The Roundup with Nathan Heftman: Volume 1, Issue 17

The Roundup with Nathan Heftman: Volume 1, Issue 17

Nathan Heftman, Editor in Chief
May 16, 2023

Zelensky’s European Tour Ukrainian President Volodomyr Zelensky has been on a tour of Europe, meeting with Allie’s across the continent to shore up support for Ukraine to resist Vladimir Putin’s ...

The Roundup with Skye Warner: Volume 1, Issue 16

The Roundup with Skye Warner: Volume 1, Issue 16

Skye Warner, Staff Writer
May 9, 2023

Debt limit increase Democrats have been planning a forced debt increase for months, and on Tuesday it sprang into action. This was completely out of the blue, as there was no foretelling on Tuesday of...

The Roundup with Aleksei Sokolov: Volume 1, Issue 15

The Roundup with Aleksei Sokolov: Volume 1, Issue 15

Wylan Sokolov, Staff Writer
May 2, 2023

Tucker Carlson  Tucker Carlson, the highest-rated host at his network, left Fox News last week. Carlson is most known for his denial of the legitimacy of the 2020 election, and the role he played in...

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