I woke up on Monday and told myself I would not have a Trump section. Well, that didn't exactly work out as planned.
My talented cousin makes the occasional appearance in the Harvard Crimson as a political cartoonist. Here's his take on Trump's "microphone issues" in the debates. --
Check out the rest of his work here
I told myself I was going to make this week's memo an airplane groping, pu**y grabbing free zone but this list was just too good (9&11 are personal favorites)
People (in most cases) are not to blame for their circumstances. So why should we blame them for wanting to try and better themselves (despite how unrealistic it may be) through the democratic process? An inside look at the components of a Trump voter can help us answer that question.
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If you've got a Facebook you have probably encountered Ms. Lahren one way or another (if you haven't I would not recommend it). Her takes are nothing short of scorching and tend to evoke a range of emotions out of Facebook's loyal army of commenters. Her style is thriving in the political environment created by the Don but will it last?
If you made it through college without taking even half an adderall then you deserve a medal. Probably two medals. It seems as though the majority of people have prescriptions or access to adderall, vyvanse etc. Doctors hand them out like candies to anyone who has the slightest sniff of ADD or ADHD (or can fake it). Yes it makes you concentrate and write a paper in under two hours but what are the consequences?