Putting the Teach back in Teaching

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Education has been broken for a long time, but what has happened to education recently? We no longer teach the basics of reading, writing, and arithmetic that everyone used to know. Now we… Continue reading

You are Young, Worthy & Brave but Mental Illnesses Are Not Above You

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YOU & MENTALL ILLNESSES: WHAT YOU DON’T NOTICE Broken minds and broken souls are never easy to notice. When you walk through the school halls, you will notice the clothes or shoes someone… Continue reading

Specialty Courts for Medical Malpractice

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A lot of time and money are put into medical malpractice lawsuits in which justice is rarely ever served. There are often more pay outs than actual settlements. The main issues that contribute… Continue reading

Will Gun Control Change Anything?

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In the United States of America, approximately 32,000 people will die from firearms. 60% of these are classified as suicides, and 34%, about 11,000, are classified as homicides, according to the CDC. Clearly,… Continue reading

Youth Sports: All Fun and Games or All Fun and Pains?

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In our society, your first sports game is almost like a right of passage. You will not be a successful child unless you find yourself on a team named after an animal, coached… Continue reading

Stop Leaving Children Behind

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The No-Child-Left-Behind Act is a political movement that anyone who has had any interaction with school systems in the past 15 years is familiar with. The act has sparked controversy over curriculum, school… Continue reading

Solutions to Campus Carry

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In August 2016, a bill will become law which legalizes concealed carry on college campuses in Texas. It was signed into law by Governor Abbott who argued that the Texas Legislature is protecting its… Continue reading

Texas’ overuse of capital punishment

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  (Image Source: http://deathpenaltynews.blogspot.com/2014/08/cartoons-about-capital-punishment-page-2.html) It’s a Tuesday evening. Your execution day has finally come. You lay strapped down to a gurney. Your family and friends (if you have any left that have stuck with… Continue reading

Education: Money is the Problem & the Solution

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THE ISSUE Money seems to be the leading cause for the government’s intervening methods in school curriculum. In the world we live in, society reacts to equality or rather, the lack of, with… Continue reading

5 Ways America Can Fix the Student Loan Crisis

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It’s no secret that America has been suffering the plight of student loan debts. With the United States looking at $1.2 Trillion in debt and growing, the problem has extended far beyond students… Continue reading