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Rights vs. Gun Control: Where do we draw the line?

| 10/26/2017 | 0 Comments

In the 1990s, only 30 percent of Americans supported gun rights. It was a minority cause that only survived due to the influence and money of its supporters. That is no longer the case. Despite continued efforts of democratic politicians and a plethora of activists, celebrities, and talk-show hosts, despite a dramatic leftward shift on many other social […]

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U.N Ambassador Nikki Haley Advances Her Pro-Israel Agenda

| 04/18/2017 | 0 Comments
U.N Ambassador Nikki Haley Advances Her Pro-Israel Agenda

Nikki Haley was President Trump’s selection for UN Ambassador as she is recognized for her ability to undermine policies that she believes are anti-Israel. Since UN Ambassador Nikki Haley was sworn in two months ago by Vice President Mike Pence, she has diverged from the policies of former UN Ambassador Samantha Power and has demonstrated that she will not be a […]

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The Rise in Hate Crimes: Sikh Man Shot Outside Seattle Home

| 03/09/2017 | 0 Comments
The Rise in Hate Crimes: Sikh Man Shot Outside Seattle Home

The shooting of Deep Rai, a 39 year old Sikh man in Kent, Washington has rattled Indian and Sikh communities as well as citizens of the World. The victim was working on his car in his driveway when a masked man approached him with a gun. The suspect threatened the victim and demeaned him, remarking […]

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2020 Election Campaigns Already?

| 02/19/2017 | 0 Comments
2020 Election Campaigns Already?

The unpredictable personality of Donald Trump prevails after being sworn into the highest office of the United States. President Trump has been in office for about a month now. Yet, he filed for his 2020 re-election during the evening of Inauguration Day. He campaigned in South Carolina and Florida already. Although pundits were not expectant of this action, I would […]

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Why President Donald Trump’s Travel Ban is Counterproductive

| 02/02/2017 | 0 Comments
Why President Donald Trump’s Travel Ban is Counterproductive

President Donald Trump’s immigration ban sent shockwaves throughout the world last friday, inciting fear and anger in American citizens and foreign peoples. The executive order essentially prohibits people from seven predominantly muslim countries from entering the United States. The countries affected were Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen and the ban was placed […]

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The Chicago Kidnapping: the Result of a Broken Nation

| 01/13/2017 | 0 Comments

                      Three Chicago teens and one adult, Brittany Covington, 18; her sister Tanisha Covington, 24; Tesfaye Cooper, 18; and Jordan Hill, 18, have been charged with hate crimes after a live Facebook video showed them torturing a mentally disabled teen for up to six hours, […]

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Underage Drinking Under Parental Supervision: Perilous or Preventive?

| 01/03/2017 | 0 Comments
Underage Drinking Under Parental Supervision: Perilous or Preventive?

The holidays are a perfect time for relaxation, enjoyment, and appreciation for the things we are fortunate enough to have. Stepping away from our hectic lives and daily routines allows us to refresh, rejuvenate and reduce stress during the much-anticipated week of winter recess. Eating, exchanging presents, and reminiscing over past holiday memories are a […]

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Intolerant Tolerance

| 10/20/2016 | 0 Comments

  The last time an election got this heated, Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton was shot by Vice President Aaron Burr. And although, as of late, the American public may not be strangers to political banter, a sense of intolerance has been established that is questioning the very fabric of American values. Intolerance, that is, for […]

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