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The Art of Hustle According to Girl Scouts

The Art of Hustle According to Girl Scouts

Girl Scout cookie season is a wondrous time of the year, where people cast off restraints and indulge a bit more than they should. Since 1912, when Juliette Gordon Low came up with the idea with her cousin in Savannah, Georgia, the Girl Scouts of America have been working to empower and inspire young girls. […]

Washington D.C. Deserves Both House and Senate Representation

Washington D.C. Deserves Both House and Senate Representation

Opposition to making the District of Columbia (Washington, D.C.) the 51st state in America, but none of them are valid. As of 2019, the area houses the U.S. government and has a reported population of 692,683 people. However, those Americans have the exact representation in government as the territory of Puerto Rico: none. Republicans like […]

Are Police Officers Needed in Chicago Public Schools?

Are Police Officers Needed in Chicago Public Schools?

There is no easy answer about having a police presence in schools. To make such decisions for a school, someone must ensure that students and their families are appropriately represented. Some of Chicago’s K-12 public schools lack proper representation to make good choices for their students, whereas others have none. Perhaps the decision about the […]

Supreme Court Is Going Out of Bounds

Supreme Court Is Going Out of Bounds

Saying the Supreme Court is going out of bounds is an understatement. Especially, when they are trying to make changes to Second Amendment rights. These modern-day officials have a hands-on more controlling agenda in mind. They feel the need to alter the laws to their desired outcome. The idea of the Second Amendment is to […]

Kim Potter Manslaughter Trial Now in the Hands of Jury

Kim Potter Manslaughter Trial Now in the Hands of Jury

The nation is impatiently awaiting the verdict for Kim Potter, a former Brooklyn Center police officer on trial for manslaughter. The jury began deliberation early Monday afternoon; her fate is now in their hands. Potter shot and killed Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old Black man, during a traffic stop, on April 11, 2021, in Brooklyn Center, […]

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