Each year on the second monday of October, Americans celebrate the explorer accredited with the “discovery” of the New World. While it was unofficially celebrated …
It’s easy to get caught up in a progressive, diverse America, especially when you live in a place like South Florida, where the minority is the majority, where English is secondary, and where an impoverished neighborhood is just around the x from the street with the Mc Mansions.
It is really despicable what U.S. prisons have become. Prisons, which I will remind you, are built with federal money — your money — are not interested in saving tax payers anything. Instead, they are more interested in funneling the cash right into your pockets. Why would prisons want to rehabilitate repeat offenders? They are repeat business.
Relay for Life at NSU continues a series of events to raise money for the annual Relay for Life, a race supporting cancer survivors and caregivers, with the Jail for Bail event being held on Feb. 14 from 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. on the library quad.
Not long ago, I was within earshot of a conversation in which someone remarked that anyone not found honoring the day in some significant manner simply isn’t a good American. I beg to differ.