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This Week's Paper

10 Reasons Why Political Complacency is Not an Option –Part 1, 1-5

The following is Part 1of a two-part series. Both articles highlight the cause and effect of each listed reason as to why political complacency is not an option. 1- Reality and facts are being manipulated so frequently that they are on the verge of becoming eradicated. Not good. Setting this precedence and perpetuating the practice […]

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Arts & Entertainment
This Week's Paper

Going live with Forward Nation Radio

Forward Nation Radio featuring Business and Liberal Arts Program Professor David Leventhal showed off its re-designed broadcast in a new studio in Room 300, Razran Hall on Oct. 25. Equipped with cameras, lighting, audio equipment, a green screen, and production and media teams, Forward Nation Radio 2.0’s restructured program invites humorous political chatting that motivates […]

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This Week's Paper

Disarming Political Absurdity: Quick Tips on Successfully Dealing with Confrontation

There has been much that has been written about the threats of complacency. Historically, democracy has never been easy to achieve or maintain. It requires participation and the benefits of informed participation have, to this point, triumphed over the fringe harm of uniformed participation. Our democracy and western civilization relies on vigilance and action. So, […]

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News

Forward Nation Radio: The Myth of Make America Great Again

“Make America Great Again” was used so frequently that, when asked, many of Trump’s supporters could not specifically explain what the slogan they had been repeating, wearing, and hashtagging actually meant. How do you know precisely when a country is “great” and when it is not? Is there any middle ground? Furthermore, what was the […]

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News

QC students introduce Forward Nation Radio

Forward Nation Radio, Queens College’s progressive political talk show, is taking the campus by storm, and has no intention of stopping there. The show features the most up to date political event coverage along with fiery discussions about policies that directly affect the “average” American. Damian Hardeen, a senior media studies major, created the show […]

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