Category: Opinion

Opinion: Justice in the NFL sparks controversy

Does kneeling insult our flag? Does it signify non-patriotism? Does it show how little we respect and care for those who have previously fought and are currently fighting for our freedom? These are all...

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2017 FSPA Pardon the Interruption

  Over the weekend, Victor Prieto and Sebastian Valdes-Denis competed in the PTI Competition at the FSPA Convention in Orlando, Florida. They debated three topics– Lonzo and Lavar Ball, a recap of the 1st...

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Homework: Keep it or Toss it?

As high school students we’re all exhausted. We come from 8 hours of school and head home to do a daily 3 to 4 hours of homework minimum. How can we do the things...

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The Economy of Love

After working on Valentine’s Day in Miami for decades, Diamilet Gomez is hoping to provide a unique experience for lovebirds celebrating the holiday. “Everyone wants something special, something unique you don’t get everyday,” said...

The Foreign Policy Crisis

Over the years, the United States of America has seen a dramatically dangerous shift in the state of its foreign policy. Countries that were once considered to be stable have become overrun by corruption...

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Valentines Day: What’s the True Meaning?

When you think about Valentine’s Day words that may come to mind are love, flowers, chocolates and dinner dates. Making sure your girlfriend is happy with the last minute giant teddy bear, gift cards,...

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Increases in minimum wage remain debatable

The minimum wage, a highly volatile topic in the US, has been increasing throughout the years, but many believe the minimum wage is still too low for comfort. Since 1975, the US minimum wage has...