Al Franken Shouldn’t Resign from the Senate. He Should Draw a Line in the Sand.
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Al Franken Shouldn’t Resign from the Senate. He Should Draw a Line in the Sand.

Al Franken needs to take to the Senate floor and tell the American people that he will resign as soon as an independent counsel or special prosecutor is appointed to investigate the avalanche of credible sexual harassment and assault claims against President Donald J. Trump.

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Being a Full-Time Twenty Year-Old Single Dad
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Being a Full-Time Twenty Year-Old Single Dad

Many twenty-year-olds are living in college dorms, working part-time jobs, and worrying about finding a fake Is to buy alcohol. Not John Kahn III. His life revolves around taking care of Delilah, his two-year-old daughter.

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Stop Ignoring the Opioid Crisis
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Stop Ignoring the Opioid Crisis

by Alexandra Nicholas, Goose in the…

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by Alexandra Nicholas, Goose in the Gallows Contributor For young people looking to escape home life, depression, abuse, or to loosen up, fit in with their peers, to feel like their idols, the choice to do drugs, especially opioids, may seem to be a great one. Underage binge drinking is actually at a decreasing level right now. Alcohol can tire you out, and blackout, stumbling drunk isn’t a good look on anybody. The effect of intoxication doesn’t last too long, either before your body metabolizes the alcohol or you vomit it right back up. Alcohol is a numbing solution and makes you forget. Alcohol also has a lot of calories. Young people post a lot of pictures to themselves to Snapchat and Instagram, and they want to look good. Avoiding alcohol in large quantities prevents an unwanted weight gain. Drugs have a longer lasting effect. People want to remember feeling good…

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