Allowing Saudi Arabian women to drive may be inauthentic

Allowing Saudi Arabian women to drive may be inauthentic

Many believe that the black veil that covers the face of a Saudi woman defines oppression. After all, the niqab, according to their faith, is worn in public and in front of men who are not related to them, so the women don’t show off their beauty. Compared to other nations, women’s rights in Saudi Arabia are extremely limited.

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Victory for same-sex parental rights in Arizona

Victory for same-sex parental rights in Arizona

The Obama administration legalized gay marriage in the United States in 2015, arguably the biggest milestone to occur regarding same-sex couples in the U.S. Although our nation was not the first country to legalize gay marriage, following behind several other countries, it was still a big deal. Now comes another milestone for same-sex couples.

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Brock Turner: the literal textbook definition of rape

Brock Turner: the literal textbook definition of rape

Remember the ex-Stanford all-star swimmer, Brock Turner? Many remember him by that title, but I remember him as a rapist who only got three months of jail time. The authors of “Introduction to Criminal Justice: System, Diversity, and Change Second Edition” want to make sure we brand Turner the title for the rest of his life.

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Cruz's Twitter has mind of its own?

Cruz's Twitter has mind of its own?

I always knew there was something fishy about Ted Cruz, but I could never put my finger on it. This has nothing to do with his policies, his beliefs or even his disconcertingly striking resemblance to former Sen. Joe McCarthy. It is his smile, or lack thereof. A measly half-grin of bittersweet emotions escaping his soul each time a photographer asks him to look into a camera.

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