Category Archives: Current Events

9 Tips for Early Voting (in Indianapolis, at least)

These are based on my experience at the Perry Township Government Center in Indianapolis. Marion County in particular is woefully unprepared for the amount of in-person absentee voters. I waited three hours to vote. Other people waited eight, and I … Continue reading

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The Problem With ‘All Lives Matter’

Consider this statement: “I believe everyone has the right to freedom of expression.” Chances are, you agree with the statement, as it stands now. In the U.S., this freedom is codified in the bill of rights, in freedom of speech, … Continue reading

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Being Wrong Is (Sometimes) Okay

So there’s That One Guy. There’s probably a slang term for That One Guy, but not knowing it, I’ll give a general description: That One Guy is (typically) most or all of the following: white, male, straight, cis, college-educated, safely … Continue reading

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