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When a new president takes office in the United States, I want that person to do well. It doesn’t matter if he/she is a Republican or Democrat, as long as the country benefits. This current administration, however, has me wondering what the agenda is.
Television news as we know it has reached a new pinnacle of excellence. Jon Stewart has been recognized as the best modern journalist. The downside is, this means the news channels have reached the bottom of a long, slowly downward slope to being a laughingstock.
Some would say the impossible happened on Aug. 5 of this year. Early on that blistering summer morning a wonderful thing took place on a runway in Los Angeles, California. Two American journalists (Euna Lee and Laura Ling) held captive in a North Korean prison camp for close to five months came home to America, courtesy of former President Clinton’s strategic diplomacy.
On Thursday, I was walking out of my Native American Literature class in Pray Harrold and I was appalled to see a poster with President Obama posing with Adolf Hitler’s mustache.
You know, I find it interesting how some people criticize something they know nothing about. Last week, in a letter to the editor, some genius said Eastern Michigan University could do without a football program.
“Mad Man.” Written in big white letters on the cover of the Sept. 28 edition of TIME Magazine. “The Agitator” is written in those same white letters inside.
Mainstream media outlets are mostly unreliable these days. Instead of serving the public good as our founders intended they are operating only to make a profit.
After 1,400 Palestinians were killed in an Israeli campaign last winter, an increasing number of Eastern Michigan University students began decorating their throats with the traditional checkered keffiyeh.
In the ongoing quest for progress, most people would not give an aging dam much debate on keeping it or removing it.
Hypocrisy is defined by the English Oxford Dictionary with a really long, boring definition that makes no sense, and would make you fall asleep if I repeated it.
When we think of Michigan, many of us conjure up an image of a broken down, rust-belt economy, or a dysfunctional Detroit government or perhaps even the wonderfully evocative label “Militiagan.” But when I think of our state, I picture beautiful blue bodies of fresh water extending out to every horizon.
I have a bone to pick with technology. I am the first person to admit that I have become addicted to many of the 21st century tech advancements: iTunes, texting and Facebook.
At the annual Human Rights Campaign President Obama pledged to the LGBT community that he would end the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy in the military.
People seem to have a problem with holding on to trash until they can throw it out where it belongs.
This Oct. 7th marked the eighth year our country has spent fighting the war in Afghanistan.
This is one of the longest wars we have ever been involved in.
My eyes teared up on Oct. 7, when I, along with other blind and visually impaired people, felt the statue of Helen Keller that was unveiled that day in the Rotunda of the U.S.
What would you think about a law that saved billions of tax dollars while providing American college students with more affordable, dependable student loans?
As the season changes and the months grow colder, energy efficient thoughts may come to some people’s minds.
I would like to respond to recent articles appearing in The Eastern Echo that concern the Israeli – “Palestinian” conflict.
Thanks to the support of millions of Americans, the FCC has moved forward with a pledge to preserve net neutrality.