When They See Us

Netflix has done it again! With its new original series “When They See Us”, Netflix takes a close look into the 1989 Central Park rape case that changed history forever. Five young, minority men were tried and wrongfully convicted of the rape of a 28 year-old, WHITE female who was last seen jogging in the park around 9:30 pm. These “men” ranged between the ages … Continue reading When They See Us

Ohio Lawmakers propose making Daylight Saving Time Permanent

The practice was originally adopted during World War I to save energy, and then used nationwide under the Uniform Time Act of 1966. The first country to use Daylight Saving Time was Canada. Specifically was a province in Canada called Port Arthur ( now called Thunder Bay) in 1908, DST was first used. The main purpose of Daylight Saving Time ( called “Summer Time” in … Continue reading Ohio Lawmakers propose making Daylight Saving Time Permanent

The truth about the 97% percent global warming consensus

This past Tuesday, March 26th, the Green New Deal was defeated in the Senate with 57 members voting against and 43 members, all of whom were Democrats, voting “present” (Reuters). Supposedly, the reason those Democrats voted “present” is because, “…Ocasio-Cortez urged senators to vote ‘present,’ citing a lack of hearings, and Markey did so on his own resolution” (The Nation). I find that to be … Continue reading The truth about the 97% percent global warming consensus

The Russia collusion investigation comes to a close

The report we have all been waiting for has finally reached its conclusion. I’m sure no one is more upset than the Trump haters of the country, and no one is happier than the pro-Trumpers once they heard the news from Attorney General William Barr that “special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation did not find sufficient evidence that President Donald Trump obstructed justice, or that … Continue reading The Russia collusion investigation comes to a close

Opinion: The Busy Day of March 14th, 2019

As a future professional broadcaster, I made it a note to allow dozens of news sources to send notifications to my devices at all hours of the day and night. Today it seemed like every single one of them went off at some point. In the early hours of the day I saw countless updates that Beto O’Rourke had announced he will be running for … Continue reading Opinion: The Busy Day of March 14th, 2019

Emergency Declaration = Denied; the President’s First Veto

This afternoon the United States Senate voted to approve the resolution of denying the border wall funding through the means of a national emergency declaration made by president Trump. The senate toppled against the emergency declaration by a vote of 59-41, which included 12 votes by senate republicans. Prior to the vote, Colorado Democratic senator Michael Bennet spoke before his senate colleagues to support the … Continue reading Emergency Declaration = Denied; the President’s First Veto