Credible News Sources Versus Incredible Sensationalism: Getting at the Truth

By Janice Barlow In recent days, America has been deluged with seemingly endless tragedies, both individual and massive. Hurricanes, earthquakes, a mass shooting in Las Vegas, raging fires in California, and the deaths of celebrities have and are bombarding our newsfeeds.  (I do say, America, because Puerto Rico is a Territory of the U.S. and Mexico is part of the American continent). All sources want to be first. But who gets it right? Although we should never become jaded, inured to the horrors that seem to be occurring with increased frequency and magnitude,…

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Sifting Through Conspiracies in the Las Vegas Tragedy

By Janice Barlow Sadly, a mass, deadly attack has once again occurred inside our own borders. We can no longer assume that it is safe to be in the United States compared to say, Europe, Australia or South America. The desensitized nature we had grown accustomed to regarding our surroundings no longer applies. We must be wary and on guard at all times, and even that vigilance won’t always guarantee complete safety. Rather than focusing on the argument of owning assault weapons, I am currently concerned with the impulsive need of…

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Conor McGregor Puts On Good Show Against Floyd Mayweather Until His Tank Hit Empty

video still of Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor exchanging punches in T-Mobile Arena

by Tim Jeffery Conor McGregor vs. Floyd Mayweather After all the braggadocios and smack talk from the two champions, the biggest pay-per view fight in boxing history boiled down to one man simply hitting a wall, leaving him barely able to stand on legs of rubber one minute into round 10 Saturday night at T-Mobile Arena on the Las Vegas Strip. Just like that Floyd “Money” Mayweather reached 50-0 in his legendary career. Certainly the bigger and stronger looking Conor McGregor was a force for at least three rounds and…

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