SD shouldn’t build new stadium at expense of citizens
Nov03

SD shouldn’t build new stadium at expense of citizens

Since 1967, the San Diego Chargers have called Qualcomm Stadium home. But now, there have been serious talks about building a new venue to replace the team’s older and aging home. Although the NFL is a thriving and lucrative business, there are a few drawbacks to building a new home for San Diego’s football team. The Chargers have been pushing for a new stadium for quite some time and many locales have been considered as possible...

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We should take Ebola seriously
Nov03

We should take Ebola seriously

Ebola has become a worldwide health hazard because there weren’t appropriate restrictions to keep exposed and often effected people from the masses. In 1976 near the Ebola River in Africa, a new disease came to light. This highly contagious disease became known as Ebola, also known as Ebola hemorrhagic fever. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), scientists believe the source of Ebola came from infected fruit bats,...

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The multi-billion question facing San Diego
Nov03

The multi-billion question facing San Diego

Home to one of three of the oldest football stadiums in the United States, the Chargers’ Qualcomm Stadium is nearly as old as the team itself, reaching its 50th year mark in the next three years. That’s not a good thing. With the recently christened Levis Stadium, home of the San Francisco 49ers, and the proposed stadium, Farmers Field, in downtown Los Angeles, the San Diego Chargers are left with their aging stadium that San Diegans...

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Entertaining pageant or childhood exploitation?
Nov03

Entertaining pageant or childhood exploitation?

Spray tans, fake nails, caked on make up and provocative costumes. Where is the line drawn between entertainment purposes and sexualizing a toddler as a form of child abuse? Is it going to take an actual reality show toddler being abducted or suffering from a lack of confidence in her inner attributes for people to take a stance against issues such as toddler beauty pageant events? This is abuse that can be prevented. According to the...

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The legalization of pot is inevitable
Nov03

The legalization of pot is inevitable

In the world of weed, there are many misguided, misinterpreted, ill-judged and unreasonable opinions on what marijuana can do for you. We live in that world, whether people want to believe it or not, and weed is everywhere. It’s all around us, it’s in your neighbor’s home, in dispensaries right down the street from the grocery store, heck, it might even be in your mom’s jewelry box. So then why are so many people against marijuana?...

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Young people need to vote
Nov03

Young people need to vote

Polls conducted by media and research groups show that adults under 30 make up the largest group of non-voters in the country. This could raise some serious problems for future generations, as it suggests a widening gap between the People and their governing powers. And the Constitution, by design, depends entirely on the participation of concerned citizens. It’s estimated that less than 25 percent of young adults will vote in the...

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