The Possibilities of a Third World War

Jul 30 2015 | Written by : Julie Ellis| 4 |
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Will the world ever experience World War III? Some say that this is an absolute impossibility. Others say that it is an inevitability. Maybe the best thing to do to begin is to define what exactly a World War is. A world war is a military conflict that involves multiple major world powers, multiple

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Get a Great Lawyer When You Really Need One

Jul 10 2015 | Written by : Olivia Grey| 0 |

There’s something about getting in major trouble that makes you suddenly seek the services of the best lawyer you can find. If you don’t, the alternatives that can happen to you are generally very bad. Jail time, fines, and public shame are all part of what’s in store for someone who

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Bernie Sanders US Senator From Vermont Announces His Presidential Run

Apr 28 2015 | Written by : Tom George| 0 |
Bernie Sanders US Senator From Vermont Announces His Presidential Run

I like Bernie Sanders, do you too? Lets take back America by voting for someone we know has the best interests for America at heart. Here is what Bernie had to say about the recent confirmation of A recent  tweet. This is government of the few, by the few and for the few. pic.twitter.com/5fuCwP1VRo —

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US aid to Ukraine: The Changing Political Stance

Feb 11 2015 | Written by : Neha Singh| 0 |

Due to the later days of 2014, the whole world has been somewhat shaken by the news of Russian occupation of Ukraine after they formed an allegiance with the NATO group of countries. The move has been treated as a sort of ruse to establish a closer military center by the Western countries. The sudden

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When 8 Rhymes With Hate

Feb 7 2015 | Written by : Debbie Elicksen| 0 |
When 8 Rhymes With Hate

Fear and prejudice was put on trial, and lost. California Proposition 8, or Prop 8, was created by opponents of same-sex marriage to have legislation ensure that marriage meant only a union between man and woman. The U.S. District Court overturned Proposition 8 in 2010. The play “8” is

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Brittany Maynard Goes Out On Her Own Terms

Nov 3 2014 | Written by : Debbie Elicksen| 0 |

  Brittany Maynard It’s a discussion we’re hearing more about every week: end of life/assisted suicide. There are passionate and staunch opinions on both sides of the issue. We’ve witnessed some uncomfortable moments in the past that have come with it. Terri Schiavo‘s journey

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Canada Strong

Oct 25 2014 | Written by : Debbie Elicksen| 0 |
Canada Strong

While it is still my goal to work and live inside the United States, I am Canadian. We’re hearty and resilient people. We wear t-shirts when it’s 60 degrees Fahrenheit. Alberta roads are smoother to drive in the winter because the snow covers up the potholes. Our beer has a bigger buzz. While

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Fresno DUI attorney looks at recent “drugged driving” crash

Oct 6 2014 | Written by : Kea Jones| 0 |

Northeast Fresno was recently the site of a tragic chain-reaction crash that killed one driver and injured seven other people, including an individual who is now facing vehicular manslaughter and felony DUI. According to local news reports, the suspect allegedly slammed her car into another vehicle at

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The CRTC Is the Bane of Canada’s Existence

Sep 20 2014 | Written by : Debbie Elicksen| 0 |

In its ongoing attempt to control the Internet, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) got into a fight with Netflix over the issue of Canadian content. The purpose behind the CRTC is to ensure that 30 percent of Canadian content is featured on all media platforms, whether

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The Heartbreak of a Broken City: Detroit

May 26 2014 | Written by : Debbie Elicksen| 0 |

How does the corrupt leadership of a city go unchecked for so long, that by the time there is hope, it’s almost too late? It’s infuriating that a major city — one that created an industry that helped bankroll a country — could file for bankruptcy. What killed Detroit? Let’s

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God Bless Our Troops, Until They Need Healthcare

May 25 2014 | Written by : Debbie Elicksen| 0 |

My memory is haunted with thought about a veteran I met on the streets of Phoenix. After getting off the #41 bus along Indian School Road to transfer to the #7 bus stop on the corner of 7th Avenue East in Phoenix, Arizona, because I had just missed the connection, I settled in for the long wait. I

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Journalism Is Not A Crime

May 25 2014 | Written by : Debbie Elicksen| 0 |
Journalism Is Not A Crime

Those of us who live in North America, while there are exceptions (Edward Snowden and a handful of jailed j0urnalists) to the free speech rule, for the most part, we are all blessed with the ability to post and say what we want, both privately and publicly, using any medium. Not so in a place like Egypt,

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