Opinion: Obama leaves a legacy of progress

By Kaci Schneidawind On the night of Tuesday Nov. 8, 2008, the free world changed forever. This historic night saw the election of America’s first African-American president, Barack Hussein Obama. His victory was just the beginning of a presidency that would be defined by progressive– sometimes controversial– agendas and actions. President Obama entered office during one … More Opinion: Obama leaves a legacy of progress

Opinion – Children suffer from the public school system

Bill Gates spoke to Congress in 2010 telling them we need to do better at public education in the United States. According to the Department of Labor, there are over three million job openings, but the U.S. does not have any qualified people to fill them. A study at John Hopkins University showed that there … More Opinion – Children suffer from the public school system

Opinion – The history of the Second Amendment

Due to recent events, the nations focus has turned to gun control and what to do to prevent mass shootings. Some people want to ban assault weapons and high capacity magazines. The biggest question being discussed is whether banning or restricting the availability of such items is in violation of the Second Amendment. The history … More Opinion – The history of the Second Amendment