The Servo Manifesto
Apr01

The Servo Manifesto

By Zachary Sobeck, The Right Honorable Lord Paramount Zachary Michael of the Most Noble House of Sobeck Whose Venerable Words Enumerated Read, “We Do Not Shill”, The First of His Most Righteous Name, The Lord of Hougun Manor, Estate of Cumbria England of Her Majesty’s United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, The Right Honorable Grand Lord-Mayor of Paxton Hall by the Right of Paramount Titular Supremacy A specter is...

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Editorial: In Opposition to Student Senate Funding James O’Keefe’s Visit to Gettysburg College
Mar26

Editorial: In Opposition to Student Senate Funding James O’Keefe’s Visit to Gettysburg College

By The Gettysburgian Editorial Board THE ISSUE: The Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) club at Gettysburg College is seeking $2,000 from the Student Senate to invite James O’Keefe to speak on campus.  O’Keefe is known for his style of gotcha journalism. In 2009, O’Keefe made headlines by releasing misleading footage of workers at the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) and subsequently agreeing to pay a...

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His Royal Highness Prince Edward, Duke of Kent: Highlighting the Importance of the Extended Royal Family
Mar07

His Royal Highness Prince Edward, Duke of Kent: Highlighting the Importance of the Extended Royal Family

By Zachary Sobeck, Columnist It is regrettable that the many contributions of the less senior members of the British Royal Family are often overlooked, so it is the objective of this piece to tell the story and enumerate some of the more profound accomplishments of one such member of the British Royal Family: His Royal Highness Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, Earl of St. Andrews, and Baron Downpatrick.  The Duke of Kent was born in...

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Opinion: Another Argument About Automatic ARs
Mar04

Opinion: Another Argument About Automatic ARs

By Scott Moore, Columnist Like most of America, I find myself hardly paying attention to our weekly mass shootings these days. It isn’t that we have become soulless monsters unable to feel empathy for innocent victims and their families; it’s simply that they have become such a regular occurrence that it is difficult to care anymore unless we have been directly affected.  Like terrorist attacks in France or missing...

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Opinion: An American Gun Epidemic?
Mar03

Opinion: An American Gun Epidemic?

By Wellington Baumann, Columnist In the wake of the Parkland school shooting, the debate over the need for the Second Amendment has sprung up once again.  If you turn on your television, open a newspaper, or look on social media, you will witness frightening images of students running out of buildings and grieving families huddled in mourning.  Any tragedy such as this pulls at the heartstrings.  As a result, we have been bombarded...

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Please Get Real. This Happens Too Often. Please.
Feb28

Please Get Real. This Happens Too Often. Please.

By Jay Hauser, Columnist If you are reading this, I would assume that you have at least seen the link to Mr. Chris Condon’s op-ed. I will be responding to it and would kindly ask that you take a few minutes to read it. In addition, I would also strongly advise any readers to also refer to Mr. Zachary Sobeck’s recent article, which sparked this debate on the op-ed pages of The Gettysburgian. While I give him brownie points for calling...

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