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Saving America’s Democracy

This is the moment for a Constitutional Amendment, if there ever was one. Despite an unanimous consensus amongst the United States’ intelligence agencies that the Russians interfered in America’s 2016 General Election, the Republican Party has shown little interest in addressing what transpired, and President Trump has refused to so much as acknowledge the brazen attack on our nation’s democracy.  It’s unacceptable. …

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End the Tax on Womanhood

Womanhood is a beautiful thing, but it can be expensive.  When one accounts for all the various products that women require to manage their menstruation cycles, the costs can really add up. Between Midol, tampons, panty liners and birth control, some estimates have calculated the lifetime costs related to menstruation management in excess of $18,000. Now, consider this: In 4 out of …

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Presenting the Restoration of Liberty Act

Over the course of the past century, we’ve watched the United States become the most powerful nation in human history, and simultaneously observed a steady erosion of the very thing that made our nation great to begin with: Liberty. The Restoration of Liberty Act (RoLA) is a piece of draft legislation proposed by the American people for sponsorship on the federal, state, and local …

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How Hillary Clinton Could Still Win… (and the reason why she won’t)

Within days of Hillary Clinton announced her candidacy for the Presidency of the United States in April, 2015, American Millennials published an article calling into question the inevitability of her nomination, stating that if there was one thing that was going to get in the way of Hillary Clinton winning the Democratic primary, it would be her own ego. Enter Senator …

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How the Terrorists Won This Round

Just days after Paris was hit by a coordinated terrorist attack that killed at least 129 people, French President Francois Hollande announced that his country would accept 30,000 Syrian refugees over next two years to a standing ovation, claiming it was France’s “humanitarian duty” to honor its commitments to refugees. Half a world away, Republicans and several dozen Democrats couldn’t muster up …

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Join the AmericanMillennials.org Movement!!!

AmericanMillennials.org is currently seeking talented writers, editors, and policy wonks interested in shaping the future of our nation’s public policy. The goal of AmericanMillennials.org is to develop and define an ideal political platform based on the best long-term interests of the Millennials generation, as well as the interests of future generations, rather than advocate for the partisan interests of either …

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The Revolution Has Begun

With the exception of American Millennials, nobody seemed to take much notice last November when U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and British comedian Russell Brand simultaneously identified the need for an independent progressive movement.  While Senator Sanders was advocating for such a movement on the national level, and Brand was advocating for a similar movement on the global scale, both men were essentially …

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BREAKING NEWS: Congress Actually Accomplished Something!

No, this isn’t an Onion article. No, we’re not kidding. Congress actually achieved something!!! The House of Representatives successfully passed a long-term solution to the “doc fix” problem on Thursday, which is something they’ve kicked down the road no less than 17 times since 2002.  While this news is certainly going to be celebrated by doctors across the country, the passage of the “doc …

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How Hillary Can Win

On Sunday evening, Hillary Clinton declared her candidacy for President of the United States, setting the stage for a historic campaign that many believe will culminate in American having it’s first Madam President. And while many within the Democratic Party assume she’s a shoe-in for the party’s nomination, it’s important to remember that many people presumed the same thing back …

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From Territories to States

Last night, John Oliver used his show Last Week Tonight to discuss the often-ignored topic of U.S. territories, and how U.S. citizens and nationals living in U.S. territories have been systematically denied both the right to vote in federal elections, as well as fair representation in Congress, for decades. While it might seem ironic to have someone who speaks in a …