The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: The word to describe the past week in U.S. politics is “demeaning” … from Hillary Clinton’s health claims to Ben Carson dealing with kids.
There is no questioning the cohesiveness of Marines in battle, but what happens after returning home? For those not following the contrived narrative, as Jason Arment discovers, the esprit de corps falls apart.
Greg Gerding, Editor-in-Chief of The Big Smoke America, celebrates the two-month anniversary since launching (and the New Year) by listing your favorite articles based on what you read and shared most.
The Revenant has stunning cinematography and is one of this season’s best films, but the story is wanting and Leo’s performance feels like a desperate Oscar plea.
As primaries approach and voting begins, the stakes are high. David Neff cautions about the choice between experienced politicians and dabblers.
“Confessions of an Educator” columnist Chris Margolin argues for restoring vocational training to our educational system, thus providing more fruitful options for our youth.
To give the public insight into what it is to be a police officer in this nation, Jason Arment interviewed a Law Enforcement Officer and assured anonymity to get brutally honest answers.
Jesse Valencia wanted to earn a master’s degree in literature, instead he’s getting an entirely different education.
Kate Turner looks at what it’s like being the third wheel, dating, love, and commitment … and wonders if there’s any hope in the new year.
Sean Davis examines the debate surrounding the Second Amendment and takes a measured approach to a much-needed solution, one that aims at lowering the abhorrent U.S. gun violence statistics.