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Death penalty is still needed, despite its inhumanity

Death penalty is still needed, despite its inhumanity

04.11.2018  |  No Comments ››

As inhumane and morbid as it may sound, the death penalty is something that should remain in the United States. There are some crimes that are, frankly, so terrible that there is no ... Read on

LGBT media: Vital to youth

LGBT media: Vital to youth

04.11.2018  |  No Comments ››

My first crush was on Velma Dinkley from “Scooby Doo,” an innocent crush that was abandoned immediately when I was told, in no friendly terms, that my feelings were incorrect because she was ... Read on

Taxpayer money shouldn’t buy tables

Taxpayer money shouldn’t buy tables

04.11.2018  |  No Comments ››

Higher-ups in the federal government have been cashing in on taxpayer money for their own personal benefit for years. It is a disrespectful way to treat the public’s money. Secretary of Housing and Urban ... Read on

Capital punishment should be a thing of the past

Capital punishment should be a thing of the past

04.11.2018  |  No Comments ››

Gone are the days when people were publicly hanged for their crimes, but we don’t live in a better society. Just because criminals’ deaths aren’t on full display doesn’t mean they are no longer ... Read on

Arming teachers will cause more harm than good

Arming teachers will cause more harm than good

03.07.2018  |  No Comments ››

Many reasonable and rational notions have been proposed, by both the public and by politicians, to reduce gun violence. After 17 people were tragically murdered at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Florida legislator’s ... Read on

NBA basketball is better than NCAA

NBA basketball is better than NCAA

03.07.2018  |  No Comments ››

As March Madness approaches each year, the excitement surrounding the game of basketball always seems to reach new heights, with seemingly more and more people making brackets and betting on who will take ... Read on

GOP: ‘Let them eat cake’

GOP: ‘Let them eat cake’

03.07.2018  |  No Comments ››

It has always disappointed me to see the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program being used as a political chess piece to gain voters for both sides of the aisle who vow to uphold or ... Read on

Piracy laws don’t work

Piracy laws don’t work

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

Many millennials have been pirating their whole lives, according to Torrent Freak, a site specializing in reportage of piracy. I knew pretty early on society frowned upon this behavior. In 2005, the Motion Picture ... Read on

Anti-vaxxers’ argument invalid

Anti-vaxxers’ argument invalid

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

Despite overwhelming evidence that vaccines are rarely dangerous, many parents make the choice to not vaccinate their children. According to the World Health Organization, 19.5 million (nearly one in 10) children were not ... Read on

A step in the wrong direction

A step in the wrong direction

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

As a proclaimed “Christmas present” to the citizens of the United States, President Donald Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which lowers the tax rates of individuals and corporations across the ... Read on

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