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Does Banning Books Violate One's First Amendment Right?

When it comes to banning books, many schools are continuing to ban more and more books. Though there may be fair reasoning to have some of these books banned, it can go against freedom of press, making banning books unjust, unless it is an obscenity. 610 more words

Best and Worst U.S. Presidents

To commemorate Presidents Day, I have put together a top-five list of best and worst U.S. presidents. Choosing the five best presidents is quite easy inasmuch as the pool of good presidents is rather small. 5,075 more words


So much arguing and so little clarity about so many things. So many people bicker over ideas without defining the terms they are using as they sling their words. 522 more words



By Charles Robert Lindholm

IT’S NOT THE SHOOTER 124 more words

Tired of Satire?

Should satire be allowed? The Daily Show, The Colbert Report, and Saturday Night Live are some of our favorite television shows. All of these television shows are common examples of satire. 315 more words

Freedom Of Speech

Florida: Evil Again 2

NOTE: I do not normally name school shooters, doing my part to deny them the notoriety they crave. Unfortunately, this particularly killer, 19 year-old Nikolas Cruz, is still alive, and will be tried. 1,857 more words