Victims Still in Critical Condition After Wednesday’s Virginia Shooting

By Sabine Joseph Wednesday June 14 in Alexandria, Virginia shots rang out and chaos ensued after 66 year old James T. Hodgkinson opened fire during an early morning practice for the annual congressional charity baseball game. Two firearms — an SKS rifle 7.62 and a 9 mm pistol — were found on the scene and… Read More Victims Still in Critical Condition After Wednesday’s Virginia Shooting

How To Make Your Father Feel Special This Father’s Day

By Daylin Delgado With Father’s Day right around the corner, it may feel as if the common gifts–cologne, Hallmark cards, items of his favorite hobby–aren’t enough for the man that has provided love and support for as long as memory serves. However, there’s no need to worry because there are simple yet effective ways to… Read More How To Make Your Father Feel Special This Father’s Day

Jeff Sessions: Protector of the Law, or President Trump?

By Dru Barcelo “I don’t recall it” or “I can’t comment” are the famous phrases coming from Attorney General Jeff Sessions during his testimony in front of the Intelligence Committee. The meeting is a result of suspicion of Sessions in relation to the Russian Probe, with Democrats pressing him on his conversations with President Trump… Read More Jeff Sessions: Protector of the Law, or President Trump?

Portland Stabbing: A Shed of Humanity in a Crime of Hate

By Dru Barcelo Last Sunday Morning during Memorial Day weekend in the Hollywood Transit Center in Portland, Oregon, two Portland men, 53-year-old Ricky John Best and 23-year-old Taliesin Myrddin Namkai Meche, were fatally stabbed on the light-rail train after they tried to stop a man from shouting anti-Muslim insults at teenager Destinee Hudson and her… Read More Portland Stabbing: A Shed of Humanity in a Crime of Hate