“You say stand, I’m taking a stand.” Quarterback (QB) for the San Francisco 49ers Colin Kaepernick made a strong statement for what he called and “injustice toward minorities,” for recent police shootings. During the national anthem of a football game, the NFL QB decided to sit on the bench instead take part in the pledge. … Continue reading I (Un)Pledge Allegiance
“Is love really color blind?” I myself have never been in an interracial relationship, but I see the struggle. To say that people have an uphill battle when living their lives together is an understatement. You’re under constant pressure to always defend yourselves when faced with opposition. But are there exceptions? Do we accept interracial … Continue reading Interracial Dating: Does It Matter?
“Where do you draw the line between business of greed?” Recently in the news, the high cost of the Epipen has caused quite the controversy. And for those of you who are unfamiliar with the Epipen it was is designed to inject epinephrine into the system. The shot’s purpose is used in the case of … Continue reading EPIEPRICE!! THE HIGH COST OF HEALTHCARE
“We had change, but was it good.” It has already been eight years since Barack H. Obama first took office as the 44th President of the United States of America. I can still remember hearing his slogan chanted as an undergraduate student, “Yes we can.” “Change we can believe in.” Now I ask myself what has … Continue reading Change We Can (Can’t) Believe In
“The diminishing attraction of I do.” Boy meets girl, girl says yes. Boy and girl start dating, boy and girl get really serious. Boy proposes, girl says yes, boy and girl get married. Boy says I do, girl says I do, boy and girl live happily ever after. This is the case for most people, … Continue reading I Do Means I Don’t, I Can’t, and I Won’t
“Is it about segregation or self-sustainability?” Throughout the United States history, the Confederate flag has long been a subject of a lot of debates. What does this flag truly mean? Some say it is the flag that is representation of people who wanted to keep slavery going; in addition to the fact they lost the war. Others state that … Continue reading What Is Heritage Really: The Confederate Flag Argument
“How relevant are they really?” As we enter a race for a new president of the United States, one of the topics of interest pertains to the place in which guns have purpose in our lives. And I am not referring to law enforcement officers, but civilians. The 2nd Amendment to the Constitution clearly states … Continue reading RIGHT 2 CARRY