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It’s a new year, and along with a new calendar, new classes and a new president comes a very old argument: the debate about Planned Parenthood’s funding.
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We are all equal. We all deserve equality. Everyone’s rights are human rights.
In many cases, protests are an effective catalyst for change. If you don’t like something, the best thing to do is to stand up and speak out against it. However, protesting the upcoming presidential inauguration is a prime example of when protesting is far more harmful than it is constructive.