You’ve probably heard numerous stories containing the infamous buzz phrase “cancel culture” over family dinners and gossip sessions. Repetitive jargon like this often undergoes what some scholars refer to as semantic bleaching, which means the original definition of the word is misconstrued and adopts several other meanings or connotations.
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There’s a common misconception in the United States that Christians of various denominations have actively rioted against abortion for centuries — that during the times of taverns and double-edged swords there were also abortion-fighting Christians. In reality, even Roman Catholics were quiet in their disapproval until the 19th century.
As the concept of free college is quickly shifting from a radical stance to a common theme in our political world, America's youth have been strong entertainers of the push for a fully tax-funded higher education. Such a belief often originates from an infrastructure of ethics or personal anecdotes, all of which should be good enough reason in themselves.