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David Scibilia, '22

David Scibilia, '22
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David Scibilia is a Junior at JDHS as well as the Editor for the Opinion section of Rampage. When not reading or writing about current events, Scibilia is either playing video games (favorite being Battlefield 1) or playing one of several instruments.

Three Parties in the U.S. that Aren’t the Democratic Party or Republican Party

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Article two of three about the dangers of a two-party system. Read the first part here. The Libertarian Party This party...

The Two-Party System Is The Biggest Problem in Modern Day Politics

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Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons Many Americans are asking the question “Why is nothing getting done in the Senate?” or “Why aren’t any bills passing that’ll genuinely help us?”...

J-D Should Keep the SRO Position

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Photo depicts Officer Pienkowski (the SRO at J-DHS) standing in the main entrance of the building. Photo Credit: Emilia Patalita Once again, the presence of a Student Resource...

Political Cartoon Contest — Deadline March 19

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The Opinion Section of RamPage is running the first (hopefully annual) political cartoon contest! We challenge every student at J-DHS to create an original political cartoon depicting an interesting take on anything...

Charged Words- Definition, Identification, and Usage

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With great polarization and misinformation running rampant in both news and general media, the skill of identifying charged language has become ever-more important. Identifying this type of rhetoric will allow one to...

The United States Cannot Lockdown For A Second Time

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Photo credit: Cleo Shiomos ('22) Dr. Michael Osterholm, a coronavirus advisor to President Biden, mentioned that a second national lockdown could be beneficial to the union since allowing states...

JD to Implement New BIMAS Testing Program

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The Jamesville-DeWitt school district has decided to implement a new screening system in all schools within the district lines. The Behavioral Intervention Monitoring Assessment System, or BIMAS, is a test that students...

Two Senate Races in Georgia Will Decide Which Party Controls the Upper House

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With the 2020 Senate elections happening, the spotlight is closing in on Georgia. There are two Senate races happening in Georgia, one of which being a special election. David Perdue’s (R) seat...

Ranked-Choice Voting is the Best Way to Restore Faith In Elections

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With the current United States voting system coming under fire from Democrats, Republicans, and the media, people are considering possible alternatives. The most prevalent reform is ranked-choice voting, where people rank candidates...

Why We Can’t Just “Print More Money”

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I was walking down the hallway of J-DHS when I heard a couple of people talking about the United States national debt being ~25 trillion dollars. I overheard one of them say...