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Redefining The Term ‘Florida Man’ – How Congressional Candidate Ken Russell (FL-27) Is Raising The Bar In Social Politics

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The November 2022 midterm elections are fast approaching and all 435 congressional seats are at stake. 35 seats are up for election for the U.S. Senate, as well as 36 gubernatorial seats, Texas being one of the most anticipated races throughout the country. Politicians like Beto O’Rourke and Katie Porter have great social media presence,…

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Realizing That Not Everyone Cares About The World – Why That’s OK And Why It Isn’t

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Before I started actively blogging on this here website of mine, I found myself going absolutely nuts, constantly thinking about all the craziness going on in the world. In the past, I could come home, hunt down my boyfriend, and engage him in conversation about this or that new outrageous event. For the most part,…

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If you’ve stumbled upon this page and are wondering, who the fuck is April Tapia!?, well that’s me! Who am me? Who am I exactly? Well it’s hard for me to explain, but I always felt that Meredith Brooks summed me up pretty nicely when she said, “I’m a little bit of everything all rolled…

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Child Pregnancy Is A Hard Pill To Swallow

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Its been two weeks and five days since the US Supreme Court overturned Roe v, Wade, the landmark 1973 Supreme Court decision that affirmed the constitutional right to abortion. Since then, anti-abortion states have been rushing to enact their laws limiting or outright striking down abortion rights, ultimately making abortions illegal unless under certain pretenses…

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Creationism vs Humanism

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April Tapia Phil. 1 12/2/2018 Creationism vs. Humanism   Why do Christians have a problem with humanists when theoretically the humanist belief is fundamentally similar to that of Christianity in terms of morality? Christians believe that man alone cannot know or decide for themselves what is right or wrong, good or bad. They believe that…

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Thought For Food

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April Tapia English 101, Sec. 3252 May 19, 2017   Thought For Food It’s no secret that the food we buy in our average local grocery store is chocked full of items that are not necessarily good for us. We fill our carts full of processed foods, lacking in nutritional value because it’s cheap. This…

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