Category Archives: Journalism

  1. Kaepernick vs Reality

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    July 7, 2017 by aarong3eason

    (Rejected by The Federalist, no reason was given but I think part of it is that this isn’t really a …
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  2. Promoted to Main Feed at Ricochet.com #2

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    July 5, 2017 by aarong3eason

    I had been working on a piece about my conflicted relationship with…lots of things. But eventually this is what came …
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  3. Serena Williams vs Reality…& McEnroe

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    June 29, 2017 by aarong3eason

    (This was rejected by The Federalist because they already had accepted an article on this topic, probably by someone who …
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  4. Published! #3

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    June 28, 2017 by aarong3eason

    Here’s my third published article: Competition between Uber and Lyft I really love The Federalist. I could not be more …
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  5. To Huffsplain or not to Huffsplain? 

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    June 28, 2017 by aarong3eason

    (I did not submit this anywhere for several reasons, the biggest one was the day I finished it was the …
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  6. “Women say to Comey” something stupid 

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    June 11, 2017 by aarong3eason

    Susan Chira’s attempt to gain both anti Trump and pro feminist points with her “Women say to Comey” piece was part of a constant chain of identity politics failures coming from the regressive liberal media.

  7. Title IX is on Betsy’s side whether she realizes it or not

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    May 30, 2017 by aarong3eason

    Representative Katherine Clark tried, and succeeded, to make Betsy DeVos look like a bit like a bigot. But unfortunately for Rep. Clark Title IX is completely on the side of Lighthouse Christian academy and DeVos.

Op-Ed?

"An op-ed (originally short for "opposite the editorial page" although often taken to stand for "opinion editorial") is a written prose piece typically published by a newspaper or magazine which expresses the opinion of a named author usually not affiliated with the publication's editorial board. Op-eds are different from both editorials (opinion pieces submitted by editorial board members) and letters to the editor (opinion pieces submitted by readers)." -Wikipedia