The Snapchat app developed a bad reputation almost as soon as it launched. The app allows users to send picture or videos to friends who can then view the media messages once for a maximum of 10 seconds. After that, message disappears, usually never to be seen again.
With the 2016 presidential race just around the corner, the question of citizenship is especially relevant with Sen. Ted Cruz’s announcement that he will be running — the first politician to officially do so.
According to some of the latest polls by Gallup, immigration is one of the most divisive topics in American domestic policy. Almost every week, national leaders, especially those from Texas and Arizona, offer solutions they think will help end the national crisis.
On March 18, the Student Court made a decision on the McCahill, Hardy v. Kinghorn case. The decision, however, raises more questions than answers.
Even though Hardy has historically been a successful football player, the Cowboys should not have added him to the roster. By signing him, the Cowboys sent a very clear message: If we can make money off of you, we’re not worried about the threat you pose to society.
Flip to any religious television channel and you’re far more likely to see thousand-dollar suits and elegant churches the size of small municipalities than anything resembling “the poor,” “the meek” or “the suffering.”
The men’s basketball team, going into the NCAA Tournament as three-seed, was highly favored to win the second round. The upset was upsetting and unexpected to coaches, players and fans. That being said, the fan response on social media in regard to Baylor head coach Scott Drew was uncalled for and tacky. Almost instantly, Baylor fans hit Twitter with venom aimed at Drew.
Outside of select pockets in Arkansas and C-SPAN, Tom Cotton probably wasn’t really a “household” name until a few weeks ago. Cotton, a Republican U.S. senator from Arkansas, sent a letter to the Iranian government condemning President Barack Obama’s negotiation with Iran.
With the Loretta Lynch controversy, however, Madison’s quote today would sound something more like “Because men are not angels, let’s abolish all forms of government.”
Whether traveling, partying or just relaxing over spring break, you probably saw the fallout from a video of University of Oklahoma Sigma Alpha Epsilon members singing an extremely racist chant.