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Friday, May 14, 2021
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A destructive foundation

I'll be the first to say that the United States likes to get too involved in matters overseas. Usually, it is over something that our country should have never poked its head into.


Chatroulette's not

We've all been there.Its 1 a.m. on a Friday night, you're at a friend's house and everyone seems to have had one too many to drink.Flip cup, beer bong, Never Have I Ever and Kings have lost their appeal and everyone is a little bored.


The Public Higher Education Empowerment & Innovation Act

With the state's finances at a crisis point, it is time for bold ideas that will not only get us through these difficult times, but return New York to greatness.The Public Higher Education Empowerment and Innovation Act is an idea of that magnitude.This landmark legislation shields our students and our campuses from the worst effects of the fiscal crisis while maximizing our potential as a driver of economic recovery.The legislation removes tuition from the state budget and political process, allowing SUNY to expand enrollment and increase access to excellent educational opportunities.Historically, when tuition has increased to offset budget cuts and to maintain academic quality, the state has swept the increase into the treasury to close budget gaps elsewhere.

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Pill popping

America is pill obsessed. Its citizens take pills for everything. Pills help millions with everything from getting erections to relieving depression.Many citizens in the United States believe that the most dangerous drugs threatening the country are illicit narcotics like marijuana and cocaine.

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