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Paul Navis

Paul Navis

Paul Navis is a junior at Blythewood High School who is pursuing a career in law. He has been on the Blythewood High school swim team since his freshman year. He enjoys reading or hanging out with friends in his free time

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South Carolina Covid-19 Buisness Protection

May 12, 2021

As Covid-19 spread begins to slow, one may wonder why liability practices are necessary and why they would be implemented now. It matters whether liability laws are in place as it can impact how companies...

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Facts About The New Georgia Voting Law

April 21, 2021

New legislation in Georgia has called for some stricter voting regulations in Georgia. While some claim this will make it harder for minorities to vote, others state that all Georgia is doing is requiring...

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The importance of Amazon’s union vote

April 1, 2021

The vote has finally begun at the Amazon plant in Alabama on whether or not to unionize. In what is one of the most important union battles in modern history, Alabama workers have gained support throughout...

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Minimum Wage Hike

March 24, 2021

The Raise the Wage Act is currently an act in Congress put forth by Democrats to increase the minimum wage to $15 by 2025. While many Americans, particularly those earning minimum wage, want it to increase,...

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History of the filibuster

February 19, 2021

During the 2020 Election, voters gave the Democratic Party control of the White House and put the Senate to a 50/50 split, where Vice President Kamala can tie break.  So why does it seem to many that...

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Gamestop Stock Up

February 4, 2021

Gamestop, a dying company in the eyes of short-sellers, has managed to make the news lately. What began as a social media joke, now has short sellers on edge. Gamestop and the validity of at home stock...

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Peevish Problems

February 3, 2021

Typically known as pet peeves, many people have burning hatreds of specific habits they feel is just personally out to annoy them. Although we use the word pet peeve quite often to describe these habits,...

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The importance of Tradition

December 22, 2020

As holiday break approaches many are spending time with family and friends. Many have traditions they are used to doing year after year. Having these important traditions whether it be for Christmas, Hanukkah,...

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Political Correctness: Everchanging Correctness

December 11, 2020

Political correctness has ironically become sort of a taboo word in and of itself when it comes to American society. This is due to the Media claiming that things such as supporting a specific actor or...

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Why Legalize?

November 30, 2020

There is a general level of stigma around the use of marijuana in the United States, Marijuana can be very helpful to some people for health benefits. Refusing to legalize marijuana for the general public...

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The College Board – corporate corruption or helpful nonprofit?

October 26, 2020

The College Board has controlled the academic industry since 1899. However when a student’s education is exploited for financial gain, it shows the true natures of the company.  The College Board...

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The first presidential debate: tough to get a word in edgewise

October 11, 2020

The first presidential debate was like watching two hurricanes collide: loud and incoherent. Much of the debate resulted in the candidates and the moderator Chris W allace speaking over each other....

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Guide to the Unwanted Pest and Household Nuisance

September 28, 2020

Many unwanted creatures invade people’s houses every year. Bats in the attic, bugs crawling on the ground, snakes in the garage, birds in the chimney: all of these creatures have a tendency to invade...

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Kenosha unrest and its impact

September 18, 2020

Before the summer of 2020, people already were preparing for an unusual summer. What people weren’t prepared for were the weeks of protests and demonstrations that would follow from the death of an African...

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