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Theses on Guns, Apocalypticism, and American Religion

by Donovan Schaefer “When freedom shivers in the cold shadow of true peril, it’s always the patriots who first hear the call. When loss of liberty is looming–as it is now– The siren sounds first, in the hearts of freedom’s … Continue reading

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Randian Individualism and the Obfuscation of the Young, White Male Demographic

by Kate Daley-Bailey While the rhetoric revolving around the recent mass shooting at an Connecticut school has been reduced to a gun-control or mental health policy argument, I would like to highlight a different troubling trend in American media culture, … Continue reading

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