Congress must protect Mueller if Trump fires Rod Rosenstein

Scott Shelton Staff Writer There have been doubts surrounding Rod Rosenstein’s job, according to mixed reports on Monday. Because of this, I believe Congress must create legislation protecting Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation from executive interference.  Rosenstein is the primary obstacle between Trump and Mueller’s investigation, which Rosenstein oversees after Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself Read More

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Opinion: #MeToo about the victims, not a political tool

Victoria Cirilli Staff Writer Allegations of sexual misconduct are frequent today and severely affect both the accuser and the accused.  A victim of sexual assault coming forward for the first time, stakes their career, lifestyle, and privacy and has every right to be heard and get a fair opportunity for justice.  Quite often, the general public Read More

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Colleges must promote discomfort, not crush it

Sam Stroud Staff Writer College campuses used to be bastions of free expression and thinking, but over the years, far leftism has corrupted many universities to their core. Places once full of intellectual diversity have become bubbles and echo chambers where only one side is promoted and the other discouraged.  It is against this backdrop that Read More

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Faith compels me

Taylor Walding Variety Editor Throughout my three-year run with the Trop, I have avoided opinion writing like the plague. In person, I enjoy controversy and debate but stirring it up with an unknown audience behind computer screens seems far more daunting to me than a face-to-face discussion. Online debates further perpetuate an already polarized culture, leaving Read More

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