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Get Out: The Social Horror Movie Everyone Needs To See

Playing on past comedic tropes, while addressing the myth of post-race America, Get Out is the social horror movie everyone needs to see.

The Crown: A Review

“The Crown,” a new Netflix series chronicling the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, offers a much different look at modern political history than many Americans are used to.

Review: “Snowden” Offers an Overview of a Greater Story

The latest Oliver Stone biopic is based on the true story of Edward Snowden, a former CIA employee and NSA contractor who revealed that there is no such thing as privacy in this digital age.

Nostalgia Matters to Americans, But At What Cost?

According to author Yuval Levin, America’s fixation on the greatness of its past is a major contributor to our increasingly polarized political culture.

Review: “XOXO” Entertains, But Falls Short

The latest Netflix original movie, following attendees of the electronic music festival, attempts to engage viewers, but quickly becomes hard to follow.

Review: “Kubo and the Two Strings” Brings Warmth to Darkness

From the studio that produced “Coraline” and “The Box Trolls,” “Kubo and the Two Strings” is a story for children and adults alike.

Review: “Imperium” Explores How Close Hatred Can Be

Written and directed by Daniel Raguiss, Imperium explores home-grown racism and extremism and the underlying motives that drive it.

Review: “Swiss Army Man” is an Unusual Take on Humanity

Despite being off-color in jokes and content at times, “Swiss Army Man” is an endearing look at the reality of humanity.

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An Update on Death with Dignity Legislation

An Update on Death with Dignity Legislation

Melissa Brown

Death with Dignity legislation is continuing to make its way through state house chambers nationwide. Also known as medical aid-in-dying, physician-assisted suicide or even euthanasia, the legislation would give terminally-ill, able-minded adults the power to end their lives by using a prescribed medication. Six states and the District of Columbia allow residents to end their […]

Georgia Campus Carry Legislation To Take Effect This Summer

Georgia Campus Carry Legislation To Take Effect This Summer

Jeffrey Tomblin

Georgia’s campus carry legislation is set to take effect on July 1st.

National Review Editors Criticize University of St. Francis Student for Decrying Professor’s Use of Cato Institute “Propaganda” Material

National Review Editors Criticize University of St. Francis Student for Decrying Professor’s Use of Cato Institute “Propaganda” Material

John-Pierre Maeli

In an ironic turn around, National Review editors criticize University of St. Francis student for calling out professor’s use of Cato Institute material.