Many university students might feel unsafe on campus for a variety of reasons, some very serious. In response, students create organizations or spaces where they feel totally comfortable being themselves.
The truth does not hold Trump back. He has been called out on his lies countless times, but that does not stop him.
There is no record Trey Hollingsworth has ever voted in a Republican primary before, in any state. He had to sign a loyalty pledge to the party to be eligible to run in the 9th District, just like Donald Trump. Yet, his heavy spending allowed him to come out on top against several longtime Hoosiers.
In the same breath, the governor passed a bill with harmful restrictions on environmental regulations and vetoed another bill preventing them. His stance is, at best, confusing.
Last month, state Sens. Jim Banks and Scott Schneider introduced Senate Bill 144, called the “Indiana Heartbeat Act.” The bill makes it a felony for physicians to perform an abortion if the fetus has a detectable heartbeat. This bill is bad by telling women they are not qualified to make their own choices.
Political extremism and the “all or nothing” philosophy are poisoning our once-effective government and creating a close-minded population. This certainly shows in the 2016 presidential lineup.
Two hundred and ninety-seven people are shot in the United States each day, both intentionally and unintentionally. Eighty-nine of these people will die as a result.