Prison Op/Ed Project

Prison Op/Ed Project: Time to change what we consider ‘newsworthy’

Prison Op/Ed Project: Time to change what we consider ‘newsworthy’

“In 1978 I was 10 and living in Woonsocket during the great blizzard. The February storm dumped 58 inches of snow at my house, crippling the area. Days later, stories evolved, including my own positive experiences.”

Prison Op/Ed Project:  They say knowledge is power, but is it?

Prison Op/Ed Project: They say knowledge is power, but is it?

“We have been sold a deceptive story about education.”

Prison Op/Ed Project: Religion, violence and America

Prison Op/Ed Project: Religion, violence and America

Religious violence is endangering our society. Furthermore, violence is an oxymoron to most religions. Religious people are expected to have good morals, faith, and an understanding that they, as individuals, are a small part of the Lord’s big plan. Religions teach you that the Lord gives you free will, and that’s exactly what terrorists are […]

Was Myron Magnet a genius or just a Republican?

Was Myron Magnet a genius or just a Republican?

Was Myron Magnet a wise man and just a man, an accurate scholar who sees the true meaning behind all things? Or was he simply a golden child who puts himself atop so high a pedestal that it nearly collapses from the weight of all the nonsense he is filled with? For those of you […]

Cars that are good for society

Cars that are good for society

I’ve seen a lot of car accidents in the news these last few weeks. Just the other day two young adults were killed in a rollover accident. No one volunteers to play Russian Roulette but that is exactly what happens every time someone gets behind the wheel of a car. In my opinion, in order […]