The Denome’s Advocate: America needs to turn red – but not Republican

For the past few decades, America’s favorite punching bag has been socialism and its twisted younger brother, communism. The McCarthyist tide in the 1950s, during which fearful Americans reported their neighbors as communists, was only the start of a larger trend of bashing state-run economies and fighting unnecessary wars to remove them. The fear of […]

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The Denome’s Advocate: A spark of hope – and uncertainty – in the Senate

When historians write books about Trump’s presidency and America during the tenure of number 45, various themes of Trump’s time in office will be mentioned throughout. Distrust. Fear. Abnormality. And most importantly, division. Bipartisanship is reaching an all-time low, despite how often senators love to throw around claims of how much they work with the […]

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The Denome’s Advocate: It isn’t Time to Politicize Hurricane Harvey

For the first time in recent memory, the top story of the week isn’t about Donald Trump or Russia or Mitch McConnell or anything political, really. Instead, Americans are reading about Hurricane Harvey, a decidedly non-partisan issue. By now, we as Americans should have realized something, but it continues to escape most of us. Some […]

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