Though the law should presume Weinstein innocent, Sullivan is under no obligation to do the same.
We have the moral imperative to use our soldiers, many of whom are not much older than many of us at the College, in a judicious and responsible manner.
It’s not a democratic system if everyone’s vote and voice is not equally weighted. It’s time to change our system in favor of a system where each vote matters.
Our representatives need to spend more time representing us and less time fundraising from us.
The greater culture echoed by Grassley, Cornyn, Hatch, McConnell, and others cannot be accepted. It must be changed.
Democrats must now tread carefully or risk pushing too hard and losing the wind at their backs.
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