Right to Religion

The First Amendment gives Americans the right to practice whatever religion they so choose. And not only that, but also cannot prohibit the free exercise of religion. So tell me why Beto O'Rourke, Democratic candidate for the 2020 presidential election, said yes when he was asked if he would revoke the tax-exempt status of religious... Continue Reading →

Oh, How the Mighty Have Fallen

Trump? Not looking too hot lately, y'all. In the midst of his impeachment, there is much to be said about President Trump, and not much of it is good. Since he wanted to let a foreign government investigate a U.S. person and candidate to better his own re-election campaign, officials in the White House are... Continue Reading →

The Right to be Personal – Not Private

When we use the Private Window option on our phones, it says, “Safari won’t remember the pages you visited, your search history, or your AutoFill information after you close a tab in Private Browsing Mode.” There is good and bad that comes from this. I’m sure we’ve all used Private Mode at least once when... Continue Reading →

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