Posts Tagged ‘ United States ’

No time for a vote when lives are at stake

Feb 5th, 2010 | By | Category: Columns, Featured Articles, Opinions

I would like to take to task an opinion article written by Gabriel McLaughlin published Jan. 19 in Missouri State’s The Standard. In it, McLaughlin questions whether taxpayer resources should be given to Haiti without the citizens voting on it and whether we should even maintain our relationship with Haiti at all.



War on Drugs not having intended results

Dec 15th, 2009 | By | Category: Columns, From the Archives, Opinions

by Zach Becker It is time to declare a ceasefire. The war on drugs is a classic case of the solution being a bigger problem than the problem itself. Now, before you attack me, let me state that I have never tried nor ever intend to try any drugs. This is not the ranting of […]



Americans mostly oblivious to upcoming World Cup

Nov 6th, 2009 | By | Category: Sports, Sports Commentary

by Adam Hammons Well, it’s almost 2010 now, and you know what that means? Yes, that’s right it’s just about to be another World Cup, and for those of you who don’t know, the World Cup is a world tournament where soccer teams battle to be the best in the world. Besides the Olympics, and […]