Legalized Dreams And Other Violations

For the typical American, ages sixteen to eighteen are the transition years—the years where we leave the freedom of childhood to embrace the responsibilities of adulthood. We leave our playful dreams and accept society's expectations, to choose a university that will offer some degree of "approved" value. We forget the liberties of the American Dream …

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Casting Your Vote Before Swine

Before I start this thing, let me tell you this: Yes, you can vote without a social security number. Both voting and drafting are usually registered for when applying for a drivers license. There may be other methods, but that's what I'm most familiar with. I was raised around people who believed it was best …

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One Man’s Choice and the Decisions His Descendants Made

Truman Lamb, age seventeen. Truman Lamb, father of hundreds. This is the man who chose not to exist, and as a result I have the life I now live. Or more like, he chose to continue existing as the rest of the world accepted a number. A number that he correctly predicted to someday become …

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