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Anders Koskinen is an Editorial Associate at Intellectual Takeout. He earned his BA from the University of Minnesota in December 2016 where he graduated with a double major in Journalism and Political Science.
With Republicans and Democrats continuing to escalate their political rhetoric, it's time to take a look back at what Marx had to say about his opponents' suggestions.
Family dinners have been on the decline in America in recent years. But there's a lot of benefits to be gained from families eating together.
We are so often thankful for the veterans who keep us physically safe. We need to be more thankful for those who keep our souls safe as well.
The Republican Revolution of 1994 swept the GOP and Newt Gingrich into power. Twenty-five years later, lets take a look at what it accomplished.
Washington D.C. might be more analogous to Mordor than one might think. Thomas Massie muses on Tolkein, and how power corrupts our politicians.
Political discourse is becoming more trivialized and focused on instant gratification. It's time to return to a slower pace that emphasizes logic and reason.
What does it say about contemporary American culture that Homer Simpson is a pillar of moral fortitude for our time?
In a way unlike any other sport, baseball synthesizes, showcases, and delights in expressing American values both on and off the field.
Academic papers are becoming more and more ridiculous, but they have a long history of nonsense dating back decades.
Why should we complain about the speed of the Internet? Let's be more grateful that we have access to modern technology at all.
The protests in Hong Kong are showing the cracks of the Sino-British Joint Declaration which was signed 35 years ago to transition the city back to Chinese rule.
We bet you didn't know that energy drinks correspond to Marxist class divisions.
M*A*S*H was a show about the Korean War, that ran during the Vietnam War, which sought to end war.
States keep signing up to give away their electoral votes to the winner of the national popular vote. When did our leaders stop having any knowledge of the Constitution?
American culture today demands so little from young people in terms of moral expectations. It's time to realize they're capable of much more than we ask for.
The Allies came together to fight World War II 80 years ago, and we're losing the stories those who served can tell.
It's very easy to find ways to be miserable when all you do is compare yourself to those who are better off than yourself.
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