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“What difference does it make?”

by Michael Vitt Editorialist   On April 12, 2015, former Secretary of State and former First Lady Hillary Clinton announced her run for president of the United States, despite a number of scandals that have surrounded her for some time. The Clinton family has become a powerful political force in the United States ever since […]

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Government 101, The Separation of Powers

by Michael Vitt Editorials Writer The day was June 19, 2014 at Six Flags Great America, and the long awaited roller coaster “Goliath” finally opened up to the public. People waited in line for hours just to get a chance at riding one of the best roller coaster experiences in the country. Now, just imagine […]

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With Voter ID Laws, Everyone Wins

by Michael Vitt Editorialist   What does opening a bank account, taking the ACT test and renting a car all have in common? They all require some form of identification. In America today, some people can vote without identification. Although this may come as a surprise, some people think that voter ID laws discriminate against […]

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Midterm Uncertainty

by Spenser Bailey Editorialist   Last Tuesday, when many Lemont High School students were enjoying standardized tests, a test of a different kind was going on around the country. It was Election Day, and while the office of the President was not up for grabs, control of Congress was. Going into Election Day, the Democrats […]

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