Valentine’s Day is a Scam

By: Gavin Kelleher-Marciello | Editor in Chief February 14th, 2018 Once a year on February 14th, heart-shaped balloons flood grocery stores across the nation; cards with cheesy quotes pile up onto each other, and anyone […]

Women’s Rights are Human Rights

By: Flynn Lloyd | News Editor February 6, 2018 On January 20th, 2018, people from various communities marched, for the second year in a row, to protest women’s rights in today’s society. Although it’s disheartening […]

A World for the Rich

By: Darren DiMarco | Web Designer January 31, 2018 As 2017 came to a close, we were able to look back at the good and the bad.  2017 proved to have a decreased unemployment rate […]

The Truth Behind Smoking Bans

By: Jackson Hinkle | Writer February 5, 2018 Cigarettes produce significant harm to public health and the environment, there’s no question about it. Nearly 500,000 people die from cigarette smoking related deaths annually in the […]

Sanctity of Life Sunday: Every Life Matters

By: Jillian Gellatly | Writer January 31, 2018 On January 13, 1984, Ronald Reagan issued a proclamation designating January 22 as the first National Sanctity of Life Day.  This year many Americans across the country […]

Why Hillary Should be in Prison

By: Zac Skov | Writer January 18, 2018 Last year’s presidential election brought up many theories and questions on the validity of Hillary Clinton as a political figure and as a person. While the Obama […]

The Rise of the Ugandan Knuckles

By: Lucas Henkel | Arts & Entertainment Editors January 19, 2018 As the clock strikes midnight, a new year begins with a bang. And when I say a bang, I really do mean a bang, or at least […]

What is Libertarianism?

By Max Jonnaert | Editor in Chief Voting left or right? How about neither? The Libertarian Party made its’ greatest debut to the general populous under the campaign of Gary Johnson in the past 2016 […]

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