Healthcare Debate Between College Republicans and College Democrats Finds No Practical Solution

by Sarah Nahrgang Monday night, the Penn State College Republicans and College Democrats had their first debate of the semester. Beginning a little after 8 PM in 158 Willard and moderated by UPUA’s Governmental Affairs Committee, the debate focused on the topic of healthcare. Debating for the College Republicans were club member William McCarter, Vice President Reagan McCarthy, and Treasurer Riley Compton, who said their favorite Presidents were Abraham Lincoln, Ronald Reagan, and Calvin Coolidge, respectively. Debating for the…

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New Poll Suggests That Americans Want Less Immigration

by Vincent Cucchiara The Harris polling company, in conjunction with the Harvard Political Science Department, released a poll with over 100 pages of response data to many common questions regarding the economy, as well as the performance of President Donald Trump. By far the most striking information contained in this poll is the overwhelming popular support for less Immigration. Several questions directly addressed issues surrounding both legal and illegal immigration, and the American public responded very consistently in all cases….

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Avoiding Nuclear War Through Women’s Ice Hockey?

by Vincent Cucchiara In a turn of events that is leaving experts on Asian politics confused to say the least, North Korea and South Korea will be fielding a joint Women’s Ice Hockey team in the fast approaching Winter Olympics. The decision to field a single unified Korean Women’s Ice Hockey team was confirmed by the PyeongChang Olympic committee last Saturday, January 20th. Many believe this is an important first step to peaceful resolution of the incredibly tense political…

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CNN, “The Most Trusted Name in News,” Endorses Cuckolding… Seriously

by Sarah Nahrgang Do you think that loyalty and exclusivity matter in a committed relationship? You bigot! Your spouse who you’ve loved and adored for years could quite possibly be fantasizing about cuckolding, and indulging them in this fantasy could actually be healthy for your relationship. There’s nothing emasculating about watching another man have sex with your wife, no. On the contrary, it’s a good thing. Gone are the love and commitment expectations of yesteryear. The sweet pangs of…

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The Atlantic Responds to Right-Wing Populism on Campus

by Kevin Fenchak In Elaine Godfrey’s piece on the civil war taking place in College Republicans chapters across the country, the left-leaning Atlantic spends surprisingly little time disparaging Trump’s populist base, astounding for a magazine known as a magnet for GOP establishment whiners and former NYT writers. Among the representatives of this movement at Penn State, the piece has been surprisingly well-received. In fact, Godfrey gets certain things right that most coverage of the divide within the Republican party misses,…

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Collegian Columnist Undergoes Moral Crisis Over Clump of Cells

by Vincent CUCKiara An article was recently published in the Collegian entitled “We all need to respect our right to choose,” in which the author seems to be confused about the moral question of medical procedures. The column argues that those who support the “March For Life” hold anachronistic authoritarian beliefs condemning an action which ought to be the “choice” of the individual immediately affected, namely the mother of an unborn child. At several points, quite perplexingly, the author reveals…

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A Year Under Trump: Victories and Losses

by Andrew Johnson and John Ford It has been one year since Trump’s inauguration, and Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS) has flourished beautifully among the left — in an era where the percentage of negative media coverage for the President wavers around 90%, it is becoming increasingly difficult to find any coherent pieces not dripping with “progressive” dreck or unhinged hatred. While the mainstream media is busy retracting fake news stories, and the liberals are busy calling for impeachment or…

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45 Years Since Roe v. Wade

by Sarah Nahrgang Today is the 45th anniversary of Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade, which removed the legal right of the states to strictly regulate policy on abortion. Since January 22nd, 1973, 60 million American children have been killed as a result of this ruling. In the past 45 years, Pro-lifers have fought to make abortion not only illegal, but also culturally unacceptable, and there is a long way to go. To all those of you who do…

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State College Women Disrupt Traffic in the Name Of Tolerance

by Vincent Cucchiara Approximately 300 women of all shapes and sizes gathered at the Allen street gates on Saturday, January 20th, with signs demonstrating their disapproval that, among other things, Donald Trump is the president of these United States. The occasion of this and many other such inconveniences is the one year commemoration of President Trump’s inauguration and the subsequent “Women’s March” on the nation’s capital. Followed by a few obedient beta males and token minorities, the p***y hat…

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Penn State Students Attend March for Life Against Abortion

by Sarah Nahrgang Yesterday, hundreds of thousands of Pro-lifers gathered in Washington, D.C. for the largest annual rally in the world, the March for Life, and (surprise, surprise) it received virtually no coverage by the mainstream media. Starting in 1974, one year after Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade legalized abortion, Pro-lifers have been marching for the right to life every January. March for Life 2018 was the 45th annual march, and it drew crowds from across the country….

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