controversies

It seems every time one racially-charged incident ends, a gender or religious controversy takes its place; Ruminate on the issues dividing our nation and world.

  • Michael Blair
    Published 3 years ago
    The Left Is Now the Right

    The Left Is Now the Right

    In these unparalleled weird times, strange bedfellows are playing footsie with each other!
  • Kanwal Abidi
    Published 3 years ago
    Drop Scene at the White House
  • Zach Foster
    Published 3 years ago
    The Holocaust: Where Are the Bodies?

    The Holocaust: Where Are the Bodies?

    Skeptics of the Holocaust ask a question most people don’t know the answer to: what happened to the bodies? If between 6 and 11 million people were slaughtered, where are the millions of bodies? The truth is that most were destroyed. The most evidence that remains from the Holocaust comes from the German invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941-42, and the final weeks of the European war in 1945. These were the times when the Germans were in a hurry and got sloppy.
  • Gaurav Sharma
    Published 3 years ago
    When God Gave Up Hope On America’s Future…

    When God Gave Up Hope On America’s Future…

    Note: This write-up does not intend to harm anyone’s religious sentiments. Reader’s discretion is advised.
  • Michael Blair
    Published 3 years ago
    Trump Towers

    Trump Towers

    There are times when we just know when something is wrong.
  • Drew Bradford
    Published 3 years ago
    #NoBan

    #NoBan

    As of the day I initially started this article and the day I chose to complete it, this situation in the great country I live in has gone so many ways. The country has gone in circles as our supposed leader has destroyed everything America stands for.
  • Ian Stuart
    Published 3 years ago
    The Other Side of the Pond

    The Other Side of the Pond

    It’s not the hair which worries me. It’s rather beautiful in a way - a candy floss creation of sweeping whirls and razor edges, re-created every day. It must take hours. It’s not the complexion either - that brilliant tangerine so loud it makes you want to reach for a pair of shades. No - I can cope with all that. And I’m not worried by the cupid’s bow mouth, or that curiously phallic thing he does with a pointed finger.
  • Drew Bradford
    Published 3 years ago
    The Neo-Nazi Propaganda Machine

    The Neo-Nazi Propaganda Machine

    We are allowing too much freedom of pushing his boundaries to this president.
  • Michael Blair
    Published 3 years ago
    Tantrums and Trump

    Tantrums and Trump

    When a person takes up a position of power and responsibilities, one expects a certain manner. A way of putting people at ease and making them feel as if they are safe and cared about.
  • Andrew Brekus
    Published 3 years ago
    The Evictionist Position on Abortion

    The Evictionist Position on Abortion

    Around 2 years ago I was pro-life. I believed simply that the fetus was an individual with human DNA independent of the mother, and that it is immoral for us as humans to judge when someone counts as a human being along their development. The gray area of whether the fetus is a human being or not must fall on the side in favor of the fetus, because if we are wrong we are committing murder. I still believe all of that.
  • Michael Blair
    Published 3 years ago
    Close to the Edge

    Close to the Edge

    All the signs are pointing toward a major confrontation between two forces of evil, locked in mortal combat for supremacy over the whole world.
  • Jules Fortman
    Published 3 years ago
    Most Anti-LGBTQ Politicians

    Most Anti-LGBTQ Politicians

    The more progress the LGBTQ rights movement makes, the more anti-LGBTQ political figures emerge from the woodwork. Instead of backpedaling and accepting their negative stances, now is the time to fight back and sustain the rights we have worked so hard for. This means recognizing our purported enemies, staying steadfast in our principles, and continuing to fight the most anti-LGBTQ politicians for LGBTQ equal rights.