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The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

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The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom speaks to reporters about the states response to the coronavirus during a news conference in Sacramento, Calif. Newsom, a Democrat who leads the nations most populous state, has won praise from both sides of the aisle for his approach to the coronavirus crisis though hes been less aggressive than some other governors and local leaders. Newsom is accompanied by California Department of Public Heath Director and State Health Officer Dr Sonia Angell, left, and California Health and Human Services Agency Director Dr. Mark Ghaly, right.

Small Businesses Have Been Negatively Affected by the Order of Gavin Newsom

Gavin Newsom Fails to Save Small Businesses
Kyle Gatti, Reporter Oct 14, 2020

Gavin Newsom, the governor of the state of California, was tasked with leading the state through one of the biggest crises in the 21st century: the coronavirus pandemic. During this time, Governor Newsom...

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Senator Sanders and Warren talk and laugh at the July 30-31, 2019 Democratic debate in Michigan. The next debate will be held March 15, 2020.

We Must Vote Democratic This 2020 Election. As Young People, Our Future Depends on It.

Madeline Mack, Staff Reporter Mar 3, 2020

This is a critical time in history and we are quickly approaching times that will determine the quality of our lives in the future. For us in California, these dates are March 3, with the most important...

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Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders stands with Alexandria Ocasio Cortez House Representative of New Yorks 14 district at his rally in Iowa. This rally turned out to be extremely successful and in the weeks following he has become the Democratic frontrunner.

The Democratic Candidates

Who’s who... and who’s doing what
Lulu Horne, Staff Reporter Feb 28, 2020

The long-awaited 2020 presidential primary elections are now in full swing. The race began with 29 Democratic candidates but has been narrowed down to six significant hopefuls.  As of the 24th of February,...

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Teens for Gun Reform, a student group in the Washington D.C. area, demonstrates in the wake of the Stoneman Douglas high school shooting

Partisanship After Parkland

Critical thinking, understanding, and compromise has been pushed aside in favor of emotionally-charged, unproductive argument and closed-mindedness in the wake of trauma and unrest.
Jake Nipper, Staff Writer Mar 8, 2018

Tragedies such as the Parkland school shooting don’t just affect their community. They don’t just affect their state. They affect everyone in this country. Their effects ripple into spheres far beyond...

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President Trump gestures slightly in the direction of the Democrats, possibly to elicit a response from a quiet crowd. Courtesy of the U.S. embassy at Estonia website.

Two Perspectives on the 2018 State of the Union Address

Carlie Lussenden and Jacob Nipper Feb 12, 2018

A transcript of the address for reference can be accessed here.  

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President-elect Donald Trump smiles triumphantly during his victory speech.

Donald Trump Shocks Nation with Victory Over Clinton

Jack Lieberman, Editor-in-chief Nov 9, 2016

Last night around 3 a.m. EST Donald Trump gave his victory speech at Trump HQ in New York in the wake of his presidential victory over Hillary Clinton. The race Tuesday evening saw an early and stable...

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AFLAC poses for a group photo outside on the grassy knoll.

Aspiring Future Leaders of America Club Temporarily Disbanded

Jeremy Hargrove, Staff Writer Nov 7, 2016

The Aspiring Future Leaders of America Club, or AFLAC, has been unable to meet for the past several weeks due to controversy surrounding the club. During Club Rush, several students were heard chanting...

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I Don’t Like Politics and Here’s Why

I Don’t Like Politics and Here’s Why

Jeremy Hargrove, Staff Writer Oct 13, 2016

Election years are a lot like a game of Monopoly: they all seem fun initially. Traveling around spending obscene amounts of money in order to buy territory is a blast until the game ends with Uncle Steve...

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