Category: Op-Ed

UK elections conservative win and what it means for POTUS
December 14, 2019 Business,International Affairs,Latest,News,Op-Ed,Trump,White House Aaron Ruiz

The British pound surged 2.5% after the news came out that the conservative party, led by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, won the majority against the Labor Party (365-203). Labour had not lost this bad since the 1930s, proving the case that neither the UK or the USA are ready to embrace socialism.

Socialist “Equality”
December 3, 2019 Local Politics,News,Op-Ed Manuel Perez

It begins with the idea of equality, which is righteous, loving, and for all people. Indeed, it is very inviting. Promises of freedom and hope for the poor. Promises of taking from the rich and giving to the oppressed. It is a lazy and dysfunctional person’s dream come true. Before you know it Communism and
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Urgent Lessons from the Animal Farm
November 22, 2019 International Affairs,Local Politics,News,Op-Ed Juan Vega

The year 2020 will be the scenario of one of the most decisive elections in the history of the nation. Republican President Donald Trump will seek his re-election by upholding the promise of more prosperity, jobs, and security in the country and its borders. Trump will face the Democratic Party candidate and its new radical
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The Oval Perspective
November 19, 2019 Constitution,Faith,History,News,Op-Ed Aaron Ruiz

Growing up in Mexico, I loved Saturdays because that meant I would be watching college football all day. A big part of the experience of watching football games for me was listening to the anthem. It is hard to describe the feeling I had when I heard the Star Spangled Banner being played at the
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30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall
November 19, 2019 International Affairs,Local Politics,News,Op-Ed Juan Vega

This November 9th, 2019, marks 30 years of the most transcendent political and diplomatic victory of the administration of Republican President Ronald Reagan: The demolition of the hated Berlin Wall in Germany, a historic event that hastened the dismantling and end of communist rule in the former Soviet Union (USSR). The world still remembers President
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Socialist Healthcare Lures
November 6, 2019 Business,Latest,News,Op-Ed,Trump,White House Rey Torres

Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs theory is a psychological model proposed by Abraham Maslow in 1943, in which he established human needs in a hierarchy. The first and most basic of all needs are those to do with physical survival. Ask anyone who suffered an unexpected hospitalization or surgical procedure and ended receiving a bill for
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Education Savings Accounts for Military Families
November 1, 2019 Local Politics,News,Op-Ed Manuel Perez

Not every situation when it comes to a child’s education is the same. It’s not a one size fits all, especially when it comes to the families of those brave men and women who serve in our Unites States Military. Unlike in the civilian world where our children are sent to a school of our
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Where are Planned Parenthood’s Priorities?
October 1, 2019 Local Politics,News,Op-Ed Diane Rivera López

Where are Planned Parenthood’s Priorities? Diane Rivera López October 1, 2019 Planned Parenthood’s decision to withdraw from participating in a $260 million federally funded program, is bringing harsh criticism as it is affecting the cost of services for women across the United States. Planned Parenthood decided they would withdraw from the program that provides birth
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Op-ED: Conserving Our Faith
September 19, 2019 Faith,History,News,Op-Ed Javier Castro

Conserving our Faith Javi Castro September 19th, 2019   The Judeo-Christian faith has been a pillar of conservatism since its conception. It not only acts as our moral compass, but our faith challenges us every day to accept the things we cannot change and stand up to the malice of darkness. Our faith manifests in
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Op-Ed: The Church Persecuted in the U.S.
August 30, 2019 Local Politics,News,Op-Ed Rosanna Gonzales

Elements of the radical LGBT movement are actively attacking Christians for exercising their religious beliefs throughout the United States of America. We all remember the Christian Bakers who were viciously attacked by the LGBTQ movement. In 2014 and 2015, the LGBT community began a legal battle by suing Christians who refuse to bake wedding cakes
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