“Ferguson October”: The Continued Fight Against Police Injustice

By: Jarrod Horton Staff Writer Two months after the slaying of Mike Brown, protestors lined up in front of Ferguson Police Department demanding answers. The rally yielded a few arrests, one which included Cornell West who joined the protestors outside of the station. The purpose of the rally was to Continue Reading

Does Your Child Need Glasses?: Here’s How To Tell

By Dr. Marc Weinstein Article Reprint While eyesight is a key factor in a child’s development, more than 10 million children in the United States have an undetected vision problem that interferes with their learning and everyday activities. Considering nearly 80 percent of what a child learns is obtained visually, Continue Reading

Supreme Court: public prayer isn’t unconstitutional, even if it is mostly Christian

By End the Lie Article Reprint The Supreme Court handed down what may be a landmark ruling in a contentious case over public prayer at the board meetings of a New York town, ruling that the prayers do not violate the Constitution even though they routinely stress Christianity.