Divya Patel Fox News A Former Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran was fired because he shared his Christian beliefs in a self-help book. He is now suing the city for unreasonable termination, claiming discrimination and violation of his freedom of … Continue reading Cochran v. City of Atlanta
Brandi Quinn Lagos, Nigeria Two bombing attacks happened in less than 24 hours, one involving an 11 year old girl who killed 12 people and injured 120 in Yola and Kano. The bomb blasts killed at least 31 and … Continue reading Heart of Darkness
Abigail Bermudez CBN.com Lawmakers Defend Christian Baker in Gay Wedding Case Jack Phillips, owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop in Colorado, found himself in legal trouble when he declined to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding. Phillips claims he has served … Continue reading Have Your Cake and Eat It Too
The following is a collection of four views on race relations today. Kayli Bauer Washington Week June 26, 2015 After a shooting in Charleston, people are upset and angry. Many people though are tired of hearing that “Black Lives Matter.” … Continue reading Race Cards
Joshua Dicapua NYDailyNews.com Our president, Donald J. Trump, has done a few things that have made us worry as citizens. From his racist remarks, to him stating facts that aren’t factual, we as a country have watched him stumble every … Continue reading Pardon Me
Divya Patel Ocala Star-Banner August 24, 2017 The Star-Banner published an article about Adam Putnam allowing guns on college campuses and letting residents carry around guns freely. Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam is the main GOP candidate for governor of Florida. … Continue reading Fewer Gun Free Zones
Perla Garcia Ocala Star-Banner Thursday, August 17, 2017 The Ocala Star-Banner published an article discussing the importance of speaking out against the planned expanding of oil drilling off the Florida coast and all the reasons not to agree with such … Continue reading Oil Drilling off Coast of Florida
Abigail Bermudez 08/18/17 A City Mourns as Opponents ‘Do Whatever is Necessary to Take This President Down’ (Mark Martin) Following the White Nationalist rally that took place in Charlottesville, Virginia, a candlelight vigil was held in honor of Heather Heyer. … Continue reading No Place For Hate
Daniela Leandro (CNBC) A new market high: First ETF to target marijuana stocks The Trump administration is considering renegotiating aged trade agreements with North American neighbors, such as Canada. Canada’s new trade is a first type exchange-trade that puts them … Continue reading O Canada! O Cannabis!
Shabana Ram Millennials could be risking their financial future as they craft ways to tackle their student loans, car payments and credit card debt. New research indicates that many are overusing credit cards, racking up fees with late payments … Continue reading Millennials Wonder: Where’s My Money Going?
Shabana Ram November 3rd, 2016 Money pours in for protest, but will it last? In Cannon Ball, North Dakota, the Dakota Access Pipeline threatens the traditional and treaty-guaranteed Great Sioux Nation territory. “The Pipeline violates the Fort Laramie Treaty of … Continue reading Standing Rock
Woodlin Julien 9/29/16 A rescued man was suspect in his grandfather’s slaying. A 22-year old man rescued from a life raft after a fishing trip that left his mother missing and presumed dead had been a suspect in the 2013 … Continue reading Fueling the Disengagement