This Monday, Spectator Opinion examines the recent Supreme Court decision.
Claims predicting the end of democracy and the subsequent corporate takeover of America are completely unfounded.
The death penalty inspires strong opinions in many Americans, and Columbia students are no exception. Cooper Vaughan suggests a wildly different method to the madness, Gabriella Porrino articulates why her anti-death penalty argument demands rationality, Tyler Trumbach puts the penalty in perspective, and Karman Lucero explains why he believes the death penalty is a symptom of a diseased justice system.
It seems funny to me that those against the death penalty will ardently fight for the human rights of a murderer while ignoring the rights of a victim.
Calling Wilders’ words ‘hate speech’ is censorship
May 17, 11:47pm
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