Over the years, conservatives and liberals have had a lot of debate over the positive or negative results of the cannabis root, and it seems to have escalated over the past five years or so. Of course, Mary-Jane users promote the benefits of the plant use, while those against it mostly show the negative results.… Continue reading WEED IS BAD???
A five-year-old girl with dark hair swimming around her shoulders perched herself on a piano bench and proceeded to tap out the keys on the piano. As she heard the music transfer from the keys to the air, she tried different things, and she found it didn't sound so bad. She turned around to hear… Continue reading Journey Through Notes
I'm a 17-year old girl, and a lot of my friends are guys, which makes life pretty interesting to me. When I was younger, I liked to think of myself as a tomboy because of the things I liked to do. While a lot of the little girls were playing inside with dolls and telling… Continue reading Boys vs. Girls
If you drive down to the local museum, you'll see varying art styles, all the way from baroque to post-modern styles. Now, there seems to be a lot of controversy over post-modern art. Is a single colored line down the middle of a canvas true art? I heard one man say he would have paid $1M… Continue reading Subjective Beauty: Is it?
Recently, California just passed a law banning state-funded travel to any state that California deems as "anti-LGBTQ." According to the law, California "would prohibit a state agency and the Legislature from requiring any of its employees, officers, or members to travel to, or approving a request for state-funded or state-sponsored travel to, any state that...has… Continue reading Discrimination, Against Whom?
This morning I read an article by an Asian lady who describes her childhood growing up in Queens, New York. She proceeds to describe how her school in Queens was quite a "diverse" school with Mexicans, Germans, Chinese, Koreans, etc. attending the school, and she was terrified when she toured a school of only fair… Continue reading Diversity?
Yesterday afternoon, as my dad toyed with my sister's fidget spinner, he commented, "I'd much rather have my child playing with their fidget spinner all day than staring at a phone all day." He then talked about how so many kids today spend about 8 hours a day on a phone or tablet.… Continue reading Fidget Spinners vs Technological Devices
What’s the first thought that comes to our mind when we hear the word, “terrorism”? Usually, we think of dark-skinned men wrapped in turbans, with AK-47’s, shooting up a mall or flying planes into buildings. We constantly hear about terrorist attacks, as well as the riots formed to decry them. The media constantly feeds us… Continue reading Terrorism