Even ‘SNL’ Mocks Obama’s Unilateral Immigration Reform

Schoolhouse Rock just became relevant for the first time since elementary school. Watch Saturday Night Live call out President Obama for circumventing the entire legislative process with his recent executive action on immigration.

Michigan ReviewEven ‘SNL’ Mocks Obama’s Unilateral Immigration Reform
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Freedom’s Triumph Over Oppression

On Monday, November 10, the Young Americans for Freedom Chapter at the University of Michigan celebrated the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall by erecting their own Berlin Wall in the university’s Diag. The wall served as a commemoration of the wrongs performed by communism, and America’s victory over that evil. Although this victory serves as a …

Samantha AudiaFreedom’s Triumph Over Oppression
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The 2014 elections have proven to be a referendum on President Obama. He gets an F. The GOP has swept the election, and not only in the Senate. Republicans gained nine seats in the House, according to Real Clear Politics, with more likely to come. In the Senate, the GOP has gained seats in Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Iowa, Montana, North …

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Do the Left Thing

TRIGGER WARNING! It was one of the coldest days of this winter past, and I was hurrying along the Diag to class. The blistering cold did not turn my eyes from all the white privilege falling around my. All those white snowflakes falling thick upon the autumn leaves, burying their colors. Majoring in womyn’s studies, I’ve learned that oppression comes …

Omar MahmoodDo the Left Thing

In Response to the Daily: When Divisiveness Masquerades as Social Justice

This past Sunday, Rennie Pasquinelli authored an article, featured in the Michigan Daily, in which she accused “the system” of preferentially privileging Caucasians over other ethnic groups. She listed 20 observations that she asserted supported the conclusion that our university and our country engage in systematic discrimination against minorities.  The observations are probative only of the utter silliness and divisiveness …

Samuel ShragoIn Response to the Daily: When Divisiveness Masquerades as Social Justice
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Please, Stop Voting

This is an open letter to all of the newly enfranchised eighteen-year olds who happily cast their first ballot on Tuesday. Please stop voting. The issue isn’t that your votes are useless. It’s just that they are bad. Don’t take my word for it. Trust Winston Churchill: “The best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter.” …

Shahid AhmadPlease, Stop Voting
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Donate Blood, Save Three Lives, and Beat OSU!

The Michigan vs. Ohio State Blood Battle is an annual event that pits two bitter rivals against one other in an effort to see which school can donate more blood. Since beginning in 1982, The Blood Battle has grown into one of the largest blood competitions in the country with more than 2,500 donations given on each campus alone. Since …

Jonathan RosenhanDonate Blood, Save Three Lives, and Beat OSU!
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The War on Women?

Joni Ernst. Shelley Moore Capito. Mia Love. Elise Stefanik. They’re all victors of Tuesday’s midterm elections. They’re all women.  Oh – and they’re all Republicans. For those of us who knew the ‘War on Women’ was a manipulative election gimmick from day one, these victories are unsurprising. However, one can assume that liberals who banked on the ‘War on Women’ …

Samantha AudiaThe War on Women?
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Michigan Basketball Preview: Expectations Persist Despite Lost Talent

For the second consecutive season, coach John Beilein will be tasked with refueling Michigan basketball after losing multiple underclassmen to the NBA Draft. Thankfully for the Wolverines, this problem is a sign of a successful basketball program and coach Beilein and his staff seem to have a keen eye for finding top high school talent with the proper skill set …

Steve LampertMichigan Basketball Preview: Expectations Persist Despite Lost Talent
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Snyder Re-Elected, GOP Dominates Midterm Election

After a hard fought campaign, incumbent Rick Snyder defeated Democrat and opponent Mark Schauer in the 2014 gubernatorial election.  Snyder won another term in Lansing with 51% of the popular vote, while Schauer trailed behind with 47%. “I want to say thank you to all of Michigan,” Snyder commented after Schauer conceded late Tuesday night.  “When we come together we …

Michigan ReviewSnyder Re-Elected, GOP Dominates Midterm Election