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Trump is under investigation for a reason — whether he likes it or not

When Trump delegitimizes the institutions in place to preserve democracy, he threatens the integrity of our entire political system

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Removing ‘retardation’ from state code signals progress toward respect, bipartisanship

Despite great political polarization, there are still common sense solutions both parties should support

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Despite GOP concern, Evers’ pick for transportation secretary brings valued insight

Though new DOT secretary is a former lobbyist, his experience, understanding of the issue make him an ideal pick

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Ivanka’s email blunder reminds us Trump administration will always deflect criticism

Trump's lackluster reaction to Ivanka's all-too-familiar faux pas further demeans the integrity of the presidency

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Longevity of Evers’ education appointments, investments, depend on assembly bipartisanship

Due to the long term-limits and staggered appointments to the Board of Regents, Evers' impact on education could outlive his time as governor

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To reduce violence, civility must make a return to American political culture

Polarized rhetoric may encourage outrageous acts of domestic terrorism

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App to facilitate travel for the disabled is great, but problem of accessibility shouldn’t exist to begin with

Oversight despite Americans with Disabilities Act leaves many places, both abroad, on-campus, inaccessible

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There should be more to running for office than attacking your opponent’s character

Though attack ads are effective in winning elections, campaign advertisements should focus on important issues

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Professors are right — taking notes by hand leads to greater comprehension, learning in class

Though banning laptops seems juvenile, taking notes by hand eliminates distractions, making lectures more conducive for learning

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Are conservatives the real snowflakes?

This year's White House Correspondents' Dinner revealed glaring hypocrisy among political right