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Condemning Foxconn entirely will blow up in Democrats’ faces

Rather than criticizing entire plan, Democrats should at least posit plan will thrive more under their supervision

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Are conservatives the real snowflakes?

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

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Comprehensive campaign finance policy must be made to reduce foreign interference in elections

Study by UW professor suggests stricter campaign finance laws must be made

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Gov. Scott Walker’s feelings are hurt, here’s why that doesn’t matter

Responding to party criticism by tearing apart entire party only fosters environment where anger is invalid form of expression

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Conservatives’ self-victimization on college campuses is getting old

Freedom of speech not good enough excuse to target already marginalized groups

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Innocent until proven guilty — if you can afford it

Laws designed to bring equity to criminal prosecution fail to protect low-income defendants

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UW System student lobbyists must be recognized, used by student body

Statewide issues too large to be tackled by individual student governments, system-wide body must see use

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Political right’s delegitimization of youth voices a clear mask for fear

Dennis Prager's remarks, though understandable, ignore historical nuances that prove youth drive political activism

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With UW Regent in the mix, blue wave looks more promising

Democrats have potential to ensure blue wave, but they must capitalize on opportunities provided by Republican internal conflict

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New law limiting scope of civil forfeiture sets precedent for nation

Walker's new law returns rights back to property owners in cases of civil forfeiture – move rest of nation should follow