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U.S. Should Restore Venezuelan Democracy

U.S. Should Restore Venezuelan Democracy

February 6, 2019

As the crisis deepens and continues to become more and more international, it is important for U.S. policymakers to keep their options open.

Catholic Schools Need Better Sex Ed

Catholic Schools Need Better Sex Ed

February 6, 2019

I wish Catholic schools would make it easier for their students to understand sex and how to do it safely and enjoyably.

The Sleep of Reason: The End of Hampshire College

The Sleep of Reason: The End of Hampshire College

February 6, 2019

The error which has caused the decline of liberal arts and avant garde institutions such as Hampshire is our assumption that a college degree is an investment.

Hands off of Venezuela

Hands off of Venezuela

February 6, 2019

There needs to be a peaceful and diplomatic solution to this crisis and it needs to be led by Venezuela.

In Case of Panic: Do Not Shut Down Government

In Case of Panic: Do Not Shut Down Government

February 6, 2019

If we want the government to stop shutting down, we should elect people who promise to keep it operational – and vote out those who don’t.

President Trump Did Not Cave on the Border Wall

President Trump Did Not Cave on the Border Wall

February 6, 2019

Every single American deserves to live in a nation that is secure.

Presidential Campaigns Must Be Shorter

Presidential Campaigns Must Be Shorter

February 6, 2019

All I can do is implore you to ignore this most boring of reality shows until October. Don’t attend campaign events or click on articles about it.

After Seventeen Years, It’s Time to Leave Afghanistan

After Seventeen Years, It’s Time to Leave Afghanistan

February 6, 2019

"We are on a misguided, vaguely-defined, profit-driven mission into barren corners of the earth with no end in sight."

Care About the Content You Consume

Care About the Content You Consume

January 30, 2019

The Editorial Board of the Fordham Ram is first and foremost a group of undergraduate students who invest their time and energy into the publication of a weekly newspaper. In light of the recent media layoffs affecting countless journalists this past week alone, the grim prospects of the industry...

There Is a Common Ground on Abortion, But It’s Not What We Need

January 30, 2019

Pro-choice supporters must see that this common ground solution is an indirect capitulation for them and their beliefs.

The World’s Policeman Must Maintain Peace in Somalia

The World’s Policeman  Must Maintain Peace in Somalia

January 30, 2019

Like it or not, the United States is a superpower, and as such, we might as well use our powers to do good.

Judge, Jury and Executioner: Outrage in the Age of Trump

Judge, Jury and Executioner: Outrage in the Age of Trump

January 30, 2019

If a minutes-long video of a boy in a MAGA hat smiling is enough to provoke you to overzealous rage, you need to do some soul-searching and realize you’re just as complicit in the destruction of American political discourse as President Trump is.

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