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The Least Deliberative Body on Earth

Patrick Kissel, Reporter

January 22, 2019

Filed under Op-Ed

The U.S. Senate, according to senators during speech after speech on its floor, is the greatest deliberative body on earth. The saying, which started with former president John Buchanan, is now something that a senate session...

Cardinals Current Projected Opening Day Roster Outlook

Josh Calloni, Reporter

January 8, 2019

Filed under Calloni's Corner: Sports Opinions, Op-Ed, Sports, Weekday Update

Spring Training is only five weeks away and the Cardinals roster is starting to take shape. However, there is still some speculation around multiple spots on the roster. The starting lineup is one of the few things on the roster that ...

The Midwinter Tale

The Midwinter Tale

December 20, 2018

Professionalism in the Presidency

Ryan Fredrick, Reporter

December 19, 2018

Filed under Op-Ed

There is one word that President Trump needs to learn: professionalism. Many people think that the President’s media presence should have dignity and respect. Even many Republicans say Trump’s tweets are “beneath the digni...

UN Secretary General Warns of Impact of Climate Change

Patrick Kissel, Reporter

December 12, 2018

Filed under Op-Ed

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres made an appeal to world leaders on December 3 calling for world leaders to take the threat of climate change seriously and to act boldly to evade a cataclysmic rise in temperatures. “Eve...

Vaccines Are Not Bad

Nolen Cooper, Reporter

December 12, 2018

Filed under Op-Ed

Vaccines are important for everyone’s health not just the person being vaccinated, so when people do not get vaccines, they are hurting themselves and the people around them. Everyone should get vaccines. They help prevent...

Lizard People

Lizard People

December 12, 2018

What is Wrong with American Politics?

Patrick Kissel, Reporter

December 12, 2018

Filed under Op-Ed, Weekday Update

In America, it is largely considered that the democracy that governs it is one of the greatest democracies of all time, guaranteeing all those under its jurisdiction a vote, and a say in politics. But there is one major issue wi...

Why Democrats Lost Numerous Senate Races

Patrick Kissel, Reporter

December 4, 2018

Filed under Op-Ed

During the midterm elections, the democratic party had numerous successes, flipping districts and securing over 25 seats in the house of representatives, giving them a majority. The senate was another matter. Numerous seats in the s...

Flat Earth

Audrey Whalen, Reporter

December 4, 2018

Filed under Audrey's Analysis: Thoughts on Conspiracy Theories, Op-Ed

Think the earth is round? A  society has formed believing the earth is flat. Everyone heard in school the Earth was round and one can travel all the way around it.. But how do we actually know it iss round? Because NASA told...

R.M.S Titanic Was Not Purposely Sunk to Collect on Insurance

Patrick Kissel, Reporter

December 4, 2018

Filed under Op-Ed

The Titanic, the worst peacetime maritime disaster in world history, and only topped by the Wilhelm Gustloff in casualty count after her torpedoing by a Soviet submarine in 1945. Her story has become a famous story that is still re...

R.M.S. Titanic was Not Sunk by Fire

Patrick Kissel, Reporter

December 4, 2018

Filed under Op-Ed

Titanic, a maritime disaster that has been the subject of movies, books and conspiracy theories. These theories are wild, and often intermingled, stretching from a theory that the Titanic was switched with her sister ship to that Ti...

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