In a previous article I brought some issues to light that can help explain why some Christians may react so extremely and perpetuate this War on Christmas.
Having closed the doors on Thanksgiving dinner, we’ve taken the full plunge into the Christmas season.
When looking at the two Republican front runners—Donald Trump and Ben Carson—there are a great number of differences between them that cause people, who are thinking of voting Republican, to lean one way or the other.
There’s a reason why more people seem to be interested in this particular presidential election.
I hope you all will be lined up at the Student Center for tonight’s 7:00pm showing of “V for Vendetta.” With its political themes as well as compelling thriller qualities, this dystopian film springs from a “What If?” perspective of a post-WWII world in favor of the Axis Powers.
As October starts to roll out, Halloween is upon us and we’re all riled up and in the spirit of spookiness.
I wrote last week that I don’t think anything will stop the growing desensitization of violence in America.
When it comes to violence in entertainment, American culture is lost in the depths of a rapid downward spiral.
Last week I was among many other people who saw the viral video of a trans teen’s mom giving her her first prescription of hormone therapy.
It was only a day or two after Lady Gaga’s music video, “Til It Happens To You,” came out that my roommate pulled me over to her side of our couch to watch it with her.