On June 1, 2014, after volunteering to give her a ride home, a 17-year-old boy assaulted a 16-year-old girl. The two left Tulsa park in Oklahoma, where they had been drinking with friends. The girl was brought to her grandmother’s home still unconscious and was promptly taken to the hospital. A series of tests were… Continue reading Oklahoma Court Says Drunk Girl Forced to Have Oral Sex Wasn’t Raped
In the aftermath of the San Bernardino shooting on Dec. 2, President Barack Obama has declared the tragedy an act of terrorism. Many have also expressed their anger and sorrow about the need for stricter gun control laws, stating it is way too easy for dangerous people to get their hands on a gun. The… Continue reading San Bernardino Shooting: Should we have more gun control laws?
All around the world, countries are taking a moment of silence for the devastating attacks that took place in Paris on late Friday. Many famous landmarks, such as the Opera House in Sydney, Australia, have illuminated in blue, white, and red, the colors of the French flag, in silent support for the victims of the attacks.… Continue reading ISIS Attacks Paris, the World Attacks Muslims
A cop’s duty is to answer calls for help, to arrest people committing crimes. A cop’s duty is to make people feel safer in their neighborhoods. A cop’s duty is to enforce the laws and to help those who need it. Nonetheless, police officers often abandon these duties and hurt the people instead. In Spring… Continue reading Police Brutality in Schools