If the Mexican government were sending suicide bombers across the border to blow up buses and nightclubs, I would hope that the American government would build a wall to keep them out. In my opinion, that is not a racist policy.Read more
With the United States, especially California, falling behind in education, you would think that the vast majority of the population would be eager to ensure that students are graduating high school with a basic understanding of what they learned in ninthRead more
I consider myself an authority on what is funny and what is stupid. It would behoove the reader to follow my advice.
‘Brokeback Mountain’ was released about four months ago and people are still making jokes about its sheep-herding, homosexual male leads.
David Syatt’s article in the March 13 issue of the New University, entitled ‘Pro-Lifers Use Religious and Sexist Reasoning’ conveys a weak argument because the author did not exercise the principles he claimed to espouse.
It is unfortunate, because I ag
If the Muslim Student Union is trying to create an accepting and tolerant environment on campus, they need to try a little harder.
Having rallies, demonstrations and speakers that convey anti-Semitic messages and deter reconciliation between Christianity
For every fan of Valentine’s Day, there’s a social misfit or iconoclast who derides it as a tool used by corporations to take advantage of the consumer and take their money.Read more
The problem with a lot of college students is that they think everything is political, and that there are at least two sides to every story.Read more
The end of the year is generally when I turn the news off for a week or so because whether or not there is something to report, journalists like to turn their focus to history. Highlights of 2005 flood every news program and paper, with phrases like ‘TheRead more
While this was not the subject of any articles in the Los Angeles Times, nor is it the topic of national debate, it begs for attention.
There are a few common phrases that get more and more irritating every time I hear them. Usually they are spoken in th
Genocide and mass murder have become topics relegated to academics and people whose ancestors were victims of these crimes. It is no wonder that most Americans have little knowledge of the events taking place in the Darfur region of Sudan.Read more