Category Archives: Articles for Volume 1, Issue 1, Winter 2008

Articles for Volume 1, Issue 1, Winter 2008

Title IX: Systematic Prejudice Disguised as Equal Opportunity

By Gregory Hirshman Title IX was intended to give female athletes a better opportunity to play collegiate sports. For many years, women had received far fewer athletic scholarships than men. According to proponents of Title IX, women deserve the same … Continue reading

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Health Care: Where’s the Health and Where’s the Care?

By Andrew Dargie I am from Alberta, Canada where my family has the privilege of choosing our doctors, making doctor appointments, seeing specialists, going to the emergency department of a hospital, and being admitted to hospital without having to worry … Continue reading

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Taxation Without Reservation: Hillary, Health Care, and Higher Taxes

By Alex Clayton We all know how much Democrats love taxing America’s hard working individuals. They believe that the government needs to be apart of our everyday lives and needs our money to do it. Hillary Clinton proposes a nine-point … Continue reading

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Abortion: The Slavery of Our Time

By David Green It seems that in every IHUM lecture I attend these days, the issue of racism and slavery comes up. Racial slavery is a dark point in our nations past. However, rather than condemning the past for its … Continue reading

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Keep Your Rosaries (and Legistlation) off My Ovaries

 By Olivia Haas Since when has the government had the power to dictate what individuals do to their bodies? Regardless of the harm an individual inflicts upon himself or herself, the government does not and should not have the authority … Continue reading

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The American Military: Preserving Peace and Creating Economic Stability Abroad

By Jimmy Threatt The American military performs important tasks other than fighting terrorists in Iraq or chasing Osama bin Laden in Afghanistan.  The US military’s presence in foreign countries preserves peace and does wonders for the economies of foreign countries.  … Continue reading

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Mitt Romney: The Man, The Legend, The Future President

By David Rockwood In the upcoming presidential elections, and more immediately the presidential primaries, we, as a voting base, have a chance to reverse the degradation and commercialization of elections. One candidate is running, not as just a Party poster … Continue reading

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