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Editorial

Diversify currency

Countries should place women on currency In a press conference held on International Women’s Day, Justin Trudeau, Canada’s prime minister, announced that an “iconic Canadian woman” will be featured on Canada’s newest banknotes. The move to print iconic women on the banknotes was pushed forward by an online petition in […]

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End assault

Universities should take responsibility The University of Virginia has absolved itself from responsibility in campus assaults that take place in the Greek housing system, according to an article in the Huffington Post. The article also stated that the University received a letter from the federal government reprimanding it for its […]

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Eliminate Fear

Churches need to help refugees Churches are much more likely to fear refuges than actually help them, according to a recent report by Lifeway Research. Nearly half of the interviewed Protestant pastors said that their churches have “a sense of fear about global refugees coming to the United States.” Yet, […]

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Stop bullying

Schools should not take offense lightly Lombardy Elementary School accidentally sent a satirical form called the ‘Hurt Feeling Report’ making fun of whiners to parents, according to USA Today. The article said the document is set up similar to a bullying report form. The school has claimed that the document […]

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Increase aid with tuition

Limit students’ additional expenses Between the 2011-12 and 2015-16 school year, the total cost of attending John Brown  University, including tuition, fees and room and board, has increased by an average of $1,201 each year. In the same time frame, tuition alone increased by an average of $891 per year. […]

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Rideshare should increase security

Uber could have done more to stop shooter On Feb. 20 an Uber driver killed six people in between picking up customers. According to reports, one passenger even filed complaints against him for reckless driving the morning of the shooting. Uber has defended themselves, stating that they perform background checks […]

Safety vs. Security
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Safety vs. Security

Apple rejects order to unlock terrorist’s phone Before dying in a shootout with police, Syed Farook and his wife killed 14 people in San Bernardino, Calif. in December. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is investigating the terror attack, but cannot access the information on Farook’s iPhone due to encryption. A […]

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New justice needed

President Obama should select justice Associate Justice Antonin Scalia of the U.S. Supreme Court died on Feb. 13, immediately sparking a political debate between Democrats and Republicans. Right away, presidential hopefuls such as Sen. Ted Cruz vocalized their opposition to President Obama nominating Scalia’s replacement on the bench. On Twitter, […]

Support sanctions on North Korea
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Support sanctions on North Korea

Punish human rights violations The United States Senate unanimously passed a bill on Feb 10. that enforces sanctions against North Korea. The bill was passed in response to North Korea’s hydrogen bomb test on Jan. 6, their satellite launch on Feb. 7 and their ongoing human rights violations. This is […]

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Limit spending on elections

Encourage best candidates not richest Hillary Clinton raised $163.5 for her election campaign, according to The New York Times, and she has spent $77.6 million so far. Many other candidates have also raised more than $50 million for their election campaigns. We The Threefold Advocate believe money needs to be […]