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There seems to be a big conflict about team names that can offend certain cultures, religions, and races. There’s one team that’s mostly referred to in this argument. It’s the Washington Redskins. Continue reading Should Sports Teams Ban Offensive Names
Parents should let their children play football at their own risk. I have played tackle football (Pop Warner) and when I got injured my parents had a serious talk with me. It took some convincing but she said yes to continue playing football, and my life changed. To me football is the greatest thing in the world besides broccoli, (just kidding). Continue reading Kids Playing Football?
Complaining. Everybody does it, whether you do it willingly or its just an instinct when something boring, time-consuming, or something plain out dumb happens to you. Continue reading Complaining’s Other Side
Have you seen a giraffe in a zoo? They’re magnificent animals, that although they’re not endangered suffer from habitat loss but did you know that these and often other animals in zoos are killed because of lack of space or other petty reasons? Continue reading The Murder of Marius
Don’t learn about physical punishment the hard way. Physical punishment, or corporal punishment is child abuse, because it is injustice to children. Continue reading Say No To Corporal Punishment
Your planet’s sun bakes the ground intensely. You’re out on a patrol with valuable cargo, encased in an indestructible, airtight chamber in your pack. You pause to rest, but are suddenly interrupted by an army of red, brawny soldiers heading straight for you, or more likely, the treasure you carry. You load your weapon and brace yourself for impact. It’s you against them… one versus a billion. Continue reading Friend or Foe?
It’s every students worst fear, homework! It limits the students time to do fun things, and makes them stressed when they do it. But is it worth the time and the work? Continue reading Does Homework Add Up?