The time had come. They knew troops would arrive for them, to take them away. And so six villages congregated and settled upon a mountain. A battle in midst of a World War had begun. … More Over a Century: It’s Time to Remember the Armenian Genocide
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Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) laws and regulations have increased over the past years with the encouragement of peoples from those groups and from other supporters. Among the prevalent issues regarding LGBT persons is adoption, which has various specific regulations within different state and country legislations. In most cases, one parent adopts a child … More Legislative Recommendation: LGBT Adoption Laws
Filibustering works wonders. Not only do we get to hear original readings of our favorite Dr. Suess books, but we have the opportunity to listen to our senators “I was bitten by an octopus” stories. Yes, I’m talking about Ted Cruz: the senator who spoke for over 21 hours against ObamaCare, in hopes to defund … More Filibustering: Cruz v Davis
After prior review of two controversial articles regarding teenage pregnancy and divorce in the The Spectrum, the school-run newspaper of Hazelwood East High School in Missouri, the principal decided to prohibit their publication. In Hazelwood School District v. Kuhlmeier, 1988, the Supreme court upheld a loose constructivism of the constitution by limiting student first amendment … More Court Case Review: Hazelwood School District v. Kuhlmeier
With the USA’s Women’s World Cup (WWC) 5-2 victory over Japan this past Sunday, the gender inequality in sports has risen yet again to the forefront. The WWC total payout this year will amount to $15 million in comparison to the men’s total payout of $576 million in the World Cup last year. Although FIFA has … More Women’s World Cup Shines New Light On The Shameful Gender Pay Gap In Sports
“The fact is millions of immigrants, in every state, of every race and nationality still live here illegally. And let’s be honest, tracking down, rounding up and deporting millions of people isn’t realistic. It also isn’t who we are as Americans.” – President Barack Obama In the statement above, President Obama makes a fair point … More Obama’s Executive Order: Immigration
AYF hosts protest to mark 99th anniversary of the Genocide. … More Los Angeles students commemorate the Armenian Genocide