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Repealing Net Neutrality: A Win For the Constitution

The FCC’s decision to repeal Net Neutrality has been met with emotional, hysterical and ignorant criticism from the media and the mob, alike. The recent repeal of Net Neutrality is just the latest part of a surprisingly sterling effort on the part of the Trump administration to reverse Barack Obama’s…

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Pop Politics: The Parallel Regression of Music and Discourse

  The homogenization of top-40 music over the past few decades has ruined American politics, as discourse has become lazy, uninspired, and repetitive. The 2016 presidential election was a clear reflection of our nation’s diminishing attention span. So caught up were we in being deplorables or nasty women, paying attention…

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FROM THE EDITORS: Atlanta’s New Phase, California Ablaze, and Hollywood’s Mores  

Last week, the editors caught up on sleep after the release of the Fall Edition of The Arch Conservative, available for your enlightenment today at the Tate Bus Stop or outside of the Main Library on North Campus. We hope you take the time to pick up this latest issue…

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Generation Shapiro

What distinguishes Ben Shapiro from other pundits is of consequence to the future of conservatism.

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The Karaoke Cam Must Die

For the rest of this season, Georgia fans, take a stand with me. Join the resistance. #Resist.

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FROM THE EDITORS: An Unusual Week in Review

Irma barrelled through Georgia this week, ripping through trees and power lines, leaving 1.5 million without power. But even such a destructive disaster has a silver lining: UGA canceled classes for Monday, Tuesday, and part of Wednesday after Governor Deal put all of Georgia under a state of emergency. Irma’s…

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Antifa and the KKK: Birds of an Authoritarian Feather

Neo-Nazis clash with Antifa in the streets… but it doesn’t have to be this way!

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EDITORIAL: On Affirmative Action

Affirmative Action Yields Little Progress on Campus For Blacks and Hispanic,” read the lead piece in Friday’s New York Times (August 25). Just as readers began to gasp in disbelief that the Times would report on the failure and destructiveness of affirmative action, that gasp soon became a sigh (of…

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Welcome Back!

With great excitement and much anticipation, The Arch Conservative welcomes you back to what will undoubtedly be another year of fruitful discourse, unapologetic editorials, interesting coverage, and hopefully—knock on wood—a successful senior season for Nick Chubb and his teammates between the hedges.   With the beginning of the semester, as…

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