Author: Joseph Dwyer

Tragedy Strikes in Las Vegas

On Sunday, hundreds of shots rang out during a country music concert while singer Jason Aldean was performing on stage. Chaos erupted, as concert-goers had no idea where the shots were coming from or how many active shooters there were. People ran for cover while bullets whizzed by. Several survivors voiced their stories of running through piles of bodies, some dead and some still fighting for life. No one knew if they would be the next to meet their end. The shooting went on for what seemed to the survivors to be an eternity. Thankfully, the shooter was soon stopped by area...

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If You Want to Tear Down Statues, Start Here

Recently, there has been a push from the left to remove statues that commemorate individuals who owned slaves or supported the notion of slavery. Most of these statues and monuments that have been desecrated so far are of confederate leaders such as General Robert E. Lee and other confederacy figures of the past. Some of these leftist individuals are actually calling for the removal of monuments remembering famous founding fathers such as Thomas Jefferson, who owned slaves. Debating whether or not this is an appropriate action taken by the left is beside the point. There is one individual who has...

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ESPN Takes Sides

ESPN, arguably the most recognizable sports broadcasting network, has recently shown their true colors in the political world. On Monday, September 11th, ESPN host Jemele Hill tweeted out, “Donald Trump is a white supremacist who has largely surrounded himself w/ other white supremacists”.  Several others were quick to jump on Hill’s bandwagon in support of her comments including Kathy Griffin and former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick. This was not the first time, and will probably not be the last, that Jemele Hill used her platform in sports to try to push her agenda in politics. Politics in Sports We...

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Is War with North Korea Inevitable?

Recently, North Korea tested its sixth hydrogen bomb since the nation began nuclear testing in 2006. The bomb tested on September 3rd was the most powerful bomb yet, with an explosive yield of 120 kilotons. That’s the same explosive yield achieved by detonating 264.55 million pounds of dynamite.  Several nations have already stepped up to the plate to call out North Korea’s troubling behavior. Still, others believe that this may be the final test before an actual strike. Have we passed the point of no return with North Korea? Is war inevitable? What Actions Are We Taking? The U.S. Ambassador to...

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