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The 58th Annual Founding Fathers’ Debate

November 7, 2016 Tess Stevens 0

by Tess F. Stevens Thomas Jefferson takes off his powdered wig and sits near a gas lamp that hasn’t been useful since 1774. In the ghostly hours of the early morning, he pulls out his quill, dips it in some ink and starts to write. The tip of the instrument glides across […]

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Accepting the Lesser Evil?

June 8, 2016 Tess Stevens 0

  The Night Clinton Won the Nomination Live coverage of the final primaries echoes like a gunshot throughout my new one bedroom apartment in San Jose, California. It seems that my golden state has been the center of a lot of things lately: the NBA finals, Senator Bernie Sanders’ most […]

How Social Media Killed This Election

May 25, 2016 Tess Stevens 0

Illustration: david pratt by Tess F. Stevens Rolling Stone magazine recently ran a piece on their cover entitled, “Trump Unbound on the Campaign Trail”. You’d think the magazine that fostered some of the shrewdest political reporting of all time would give you an exposé. Something that would rock your world […]