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Photo courtesy of the Chicago Tribune Story by Cody Uhls / Contributing Writer  After every mass shooting, two things typically happen: Gun sales go up, and there’s discussion about gun control. “The Liberals are taking our guns!” is typically what is heard from pro-gun activists and National Rifle Association members. In a recent advertisement, the …

Photo courtesy of CBS  Story by Cody Uhls / Contributing Writer The latest attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act has been defeated after Sen. Susan Collins of Maine expressed her disapproval of the bill on Monday. The “last-ditch attempt” health bill, “Graham-Cassidy,” was written by Sens. Bill Cassidy of Louisiana and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina. …

Photo by Alexis Marshall / Assistant News Editor  On July 11, I, along with 20 other MTSU affiliates, arrived at the Nashville International Airport to embark on a two week trip to Israel. We were giddy and excited, marvelling at what sights we would see and the rich history we would learn. What we weren’t …

Photo by Greg French / Sidelines Archive As Donald Trump’s claim to power has officially begun, Barack Obama’s has ended after eight years of service. Within that time, Americans have seen war, acts of terrorism and the end of an enormous financial crisis. Through all of this, Obama served with varying results and support. The …

Story and photo by Lexi Marshall / Contributing Writer Half a million women and men from across the United States and around the world marched in Washington D.C. on Saturday to protest the inauguration of President Donald Trump and to advocate a feminist platform. I was there. I, along with three others, left MTSU’s campus …

Donald Trump

Photo courtesy of Gage Skidmore/ Flickr Donald J. Trump’s path to victory was paved with shouts of anger and dissent built on the ideal which brought the most controversy and strength to his campaign: Anti-political correctness. From his announcement speech in June 2015, Trump has been fighting against political correctness in the American government. In this first …