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Editorials published in 2017,
2017 Our Diva President Donald Madonna
Mike Mosher
Madonna’s biography makes one realize how various behaviors evinced by Trump might be explained via the female entertainer’s psychology and movie personas.
2017 Trump, Russia, and Global Capitalism
Adam Cornford
A liberal Facebook friend of mine denounced Edward Snowden because he received asylum in Russia and stated that the US under Trump will become a "satellite" of Russia. I feel it necessary to make the following points in the current climate of unreason and cognitive semi-paralysis.
2017 The Trump Putsch
Thomas Powell
Donald Trump is proposing a class shakedown of middle and working class wealth. Trump’s agenda set forward in the GOP platform will make all of us who are not wealthy, even less wealthy, and it will make the poor impoverished.
2017 Donald Trump, Alt-Right Goddess
Alice Yang
The facts and statistics of both history and contemporary existence clearly show that white supremacy stands as strong as ever, but the alt-right is not thinking logically.
2017 This is the Story: Women March in 2017
Molly Hankwitz
One great march and we turn hopeful that constant counter-cultural activity will produce the desired effects of harm-reduction to the American people and to our democratic institutions.
2017 Chicago Women’s March January 21, 2017
Sonia Yaco
As we moved into the main march, we saw large numbers of Muslim women, a socialist group, and a sea of pink pussy hats.
2017 Trumpcraft: Using Spellcraft as a Form of Political Dissent
Tamara Watkins
Will this coordinated effort to bring down the Trump presidency via spellcraft work? Only time will tell.
2017 My Women’s March on Washington
Christi Griffis
This kernel of an idea grew, molded and morphed and became possibly the largest demonstration in American history.
2017 With My Service Dog
Don Zuzula
My dog is a dog, yes. He's also a medical device, like a wheelchair or an oxygen bottle.
2017 A Day Without A Woman
Christi Griffis
We owe it to the pioneers and current leaders to not get caught up in semantics and disagreements, but keep boots to the ground and do what we can.
2017 The Wild Side: Why Doesn’t Guelph Get It?
Sandra Mendez Rosenbaum
No one ever told me that I wasn't respecting their switchiness.
2017 Picture Saginaw in Black and White
Mike Mosher
It was a surprise to find white and black cultural worlds are largely separate in Saginaw Michigan.

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