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Caelan Elliott
Caelan Elliott is a rising senior at Baylor University, where she studies literature and political science and edits the Arts & Culture section of The Standard. Caelan has previously interned for the Turkish Heritage Organization (THO) and worked as a research assistant to the Dean of the Honors College at Baylor. She is a participant in the Young Writers Program.
by | Jul 30, 2021

For the first time in 45 years, House Democrats voted unanimously on Thursday to pass the annual Department of Health and Human Services spending bill without including the Hyde Amendment, a stipulation banning direct federal funding for abortions that is…

by | Jul 29, 2021

Texas foster children facing an enormous lack of resources are being pushed to the back-burner by Texas Democrats who fled to D.C. to avoid passing an election integrity bill. One of the Texas Democrats in D.C., Rep. Ina Minjarez, noted June…

by | Jul 29, 2021

Malls have been torched, stores have been emptied, businesses have been destroyed, and over 300 people have been killed ― many crushed to death in looting stampedes ― during the worst violence that South Africa has seen since the country’s…

by | Jul 27, 2021

Salafi-Jihadi extremist groups in Africa seek to establish Islamic polities across the globe and pose a very real threat to Western nations, American Enterprise Institute fellow Katherine Zimmerman claimed during a Tuesday event hosted by AEI’s Critical Threats Project and…

by | Jul 23, 2021

Sen. Amy Klobuchcar (D-Minn.) introduced legislation on Thursday that would remove liability protections for online platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube if the content generated on those sites spreads “misinformation” about COVID-19 or other public health emergencies.  The legislation represents…

by | Jul 23, 2021

A U.S. district judge on Tuesday temporarily blocked an Arkansas law that banned nearly all abortions from going into effect, allowing an American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and Planned Parenthood lawsuit to proceed against it. The lawsuit represents the latest…

by | Jul 21, 2021

In a surprising move, the U.S. Department of Education released grant proposal rules for programs teaching U.S. history and civics that were heavily edited from earlier proposals to remove references to controversial sources on critical race theory (CRT) and the…

by | Jul 19, 2021

U.S. Capitol Police arrested multiple protesters this morning during the Women’s Moral Monday March in Washington, D.C., an event hosted by the Poor People’s Campaign to protest the filibuster, demand voting rights, and request a $15 per hour minimum wage….

by | Jul 11, 2021

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott may have had his sights set on America’s highest office before COVID. But decisions he made during the pandemic have left him scrambling to cement his image as a staunch conservative in order to win reelection…

by | Jul 9, 2021

China’s largest tech company, Tencent, will begin using facial recognition technology to keep children from playing video games after 10 p.m. to enforce strict Chinese gaming regulations, they announced in a Tuesday press release.  The announcement represents the latest in…

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