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Nixon created an irreparable divide between the White House and the rest of the world. That has never gone away - in fact, it has only gotten worse.

Dear Mr. Richard Nixon

Olivia Silvey, opinions editor April 20, 2021

We meet again. I really hate to bother you a year later — I’m sure you’re enjoying a tax-free afterlife — but if you haven’t heard, Congress impeached 45. Yes, for the second time. He keeps making...

A protester holds a

Photo Gallery: Protesters call for Missouri Senator Josh Hawley’s resignation

Kate Schreiber, features + in-depth editor January 11, 2021

ResistSTL, an organization "where individuals can come to organize around the leadup and aftermath of the 2020 election," led a protest calling for the resignation of Missouri Senator Josh Hawley Saturday,...

Pence and Harris met for the only vice presidential debate of the election

Vice presidential debate recap

Grace Marcus, features writer October 30, 2020

In contrast to the continuous interruptions and name-calling that characterized the first presidential debate of 2020, Vice President Mike Pence and vice presidential candidate Senator Kamala Harris met...

President Donald Trump and Former Vice President Joe Biden take the stage at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio for the presidential debate.

Debate chaos and the end of civil discourse

Elliott Notrica, breaking news editor October 30, 2020

77. That’s how many interruptions President Trump hurled at his opponent from 6 feet away during the first of two debates before the election. The Sept. 29th debate was widely recognized by analysts...

Joe Biden for presidency

Joe Biden for presidency

Maddie Hickman, health + wellness writer October 22, 2020

"If we give Donald Trump eight years in the White House, he will forever and fundamentally alter the character of this nation, who we are, and I cannot stand by and watch that happen," Democratic presidential...

The President has had four years to prove himself, and seven months to prevent his people from dying. He has done neither, which is why TKC firmly endorses Joseph Biden Jr. for President of the United States this November. 

Call Ed: Joe knows

TKC Staff October 22, 2020

Casting a vote is not equivalent to marriage. You’re not looking for a long-term partner, where you can afford to have the highest standards when reviewing their basic beliefs, their accomplishments...

Political Issue: Corrections to print pages 14 and 27

Political Issue: Corrections to print pages 14 and 27

Kate Schreiber, features + in-depth editor October 22, 2020

These are corrections to pages 14 and 27 of the print political issue. These are fixed in the e-edition and on TKC's website. Correction: The TKC survey statistics on page 14 and 27 should read...

2020 is a standout year when it comes to presidential behavior and mishaps.

Presidential personality

Molly Higgins, print editor October 21, 2020

So are you voting for creepy old man number one or number two? Although every election brings candidates’ character into question, 2020 is a standout year when it comes to presidential behavior and mishaps....

KHS students share the pros and cons of 2020 presidential candidates Joe Biden and Donald Trump.

Students speak in favor of Biden and Trump

Megan Glasgow, features + in-depth editor October 19, 2020

From campaigning for a local representative to utilizing their social media platforms, TKC was able to highlight a few ways KHS students participated in politics. 

Political issue: How KHS students were politically active over the summer

Maya Kim and Ava Duggin October 19, 2020

Many students made an effort to be politically active over the summer months. From campaigning for a local representative to utilizing their social media platforms, TKC was able to highlight a few ways...

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