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    It took only 18 minutes of missing tape to impeach and remove President Nixon from office.

    Compare these 18 minutes of missing audio tapes to Hillary Clinton’s 30,000+ missing emails, thousands of controversial leaked campaign emails, a litany of rape accusations aimed at Bill Clinton, numerous recently released Project Veritas videos that seem to prove that Democrats have incited violence at Trump rallies and committed voter fraud across the country and the reported scandals supposedly riddled throughout the Clinton Foundation.
  • Illustration by Sarah FaulknerIllustration by Sarah FaulknerSufia Alam - Staff Writer
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    The UAB Social Justice Advocacy Council held a session to discuss the aftermath of the presidential election among UAB students who identify as Muslim, or are of Middle Eastern or South Asian descent.
  • Illustration by Corey BrightIllustration by Corey BrightAaron Stuber - Opinions Columnist
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    Dear Democrats, what the hell did you do? I’ve heard accusations saying that it’s the Republicans’ fault that Hillary Clinton lost the election, but it’s not.
  • Green Party candidate Jill Stein and her running mate Ajamu Baraka. Photo from Wikimedia CommonsGreen Party candidate Jill Stein and her running mate Ajamu Baraka. Photo from Wikimedia CommonsAaron Stuber - Contributor
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    With one of the most divisive presidential elections about to commence, many voters are looking for third party options that do not include the human robot, Hillary Clinton, and the billionaire who paid to roll in Cheetos dust, Donald Trump.
  • Illustration by Corey BrightIllustration by Corey BrightCaleb Carter  - Contributor
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    Hillary Clinton has spent her entire career working to expand opportunity, level the playing field and secure peaceful prosperity for all people.
  • Illustration by Corey BrightIllustration by Corey BrightOliver Ocean -Contributor

    Election time is just around the corner, and with many considering this election to be the downfall of America, it doesn’t seem like too long ago when people swore that the fibers holding this country together would deteriorate under the leadership of our first Black president, Barack Obama.

    While not all of his measures reached the desired effect many were hoping for, his policies — especially in social medicine — took a critical step in the right direction. With this in mind, it’s important for us to note what leadership will be best for the nation. Which leader will fill the vacant Supreme Court seat with the most level-headed judge? Which leader will improve foreign relations and create a viable working world? Which leader will spread tolerance and understanding, not fear and hate?
  •  Community members march through Birmingham at the first rally on Thursday, Nov. 10 to promote unity between marginalized groups following the results of the Nov. 8 presidential election. Photo courtesy of Mateo Montoya, from fourteen76.com Community members march through Birmingham at the first rally on Thursday, Nov. 10 to promote unity between marginalized groups following the results of the Nov. 8 presidential election. Photo courtesy of Mateo Montoya, from fourteen76.comMark Linn - Copy Editor
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    Hundreds of people gathered at Kelly Ingram Park to voice their opposition to president- elect Donald Trump and solidarity among minority groups for two unity rallies that marched around downtown Birmingham.
  • Illustration by Corey BrightIllustration by Corey BrightImagined by Tessa M. Case // News and Science Editor// news@insideuab.com


    Hillary Rodham Clinton was inaugurated president on Jan. 20, 2017. Her platform included a fair tax system, disability rights, racial justice, LGBT rights and equality, early childhood education, infrastructure and a myriad of other promises.
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    MUSIC

    Iron City:

    Located on 22nd Street South and only about four blocks north of campus, Iron City is an intimate music venue. This venue houses a general admission floor experience, balcony seating and a full bar. According to their Facebook page, the event center’s standing capacity is 1300, which does not include the balcony seating. Iron City is new on Birmingham’s venue scene, having opened in 2013.