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Climate change is an emergency

Alan Williams, Times Staff

March 11, 2019

Filed under Opinion

The Earth is warming at a faster pace than scientists previously estimated because of human reliance on unsustainable energy such as fossil fuels. This is not the United States’ problem; it’s the entire world’s ...

Who’s at fault for the month-long shutdown?

February 26, 2019

Filed under News, Opinion

BY MIKIE NEGRETE TIMES STAFF In the days leading up to the longest government shutdown the United States has ever seen, the media was pummeling viewers and readers alike with stories revolving aroun...

Everything means less than zero

February 12, 2019

Filed under Opinion

BY BRISSA MOLINA TIMES STAFF Sometime during the Victorian era, Romantic poet Lord Byron once said, “It is better to have loved and lost than to not have loved at all.” Love is abstract, it cou...

Stop the war between young and old

February 5, 2019

Filed under Opinion

BY KAYNE GALLEGOS TIMES STAFF This world is a mess. The government is a mess. Corporate special interests are often nestled into the government agencies designed to oversee them. Gerrymandering is a com...

Kudos to TIME Magazine on recognizing Journalists

Michael Negrete, Times Staff

December 20, 2018

Filed under Opinion

TIME Magazine awarded ​their prestigious 'Person of the Year' award in 2018 to four journalists who have all endured persecution and torment for their profession and their work in some form or another. It's about time that...

Organized Christianity is flawed because man is flawed

Kayne Gallegos, Times Staff

December 4, 2018

Filed under Lifestyle, Opinion

Organized religion has many problems with it. Violence, distrust and abuse exist within the various dogmatic organizations. It was true in the past and it is true in the present. Religion is a nuanced, intricate subject, and ...

Immigration affects national sovereignty

Tasneem Nora Khokhar, contributor

December 4, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Social Justice

Immigration affects national sovereignty Arizona Central reports between 5,000 and 7,000 migrants intercepted in a caravan by the Mexican government officials, temporarily halting its pilgrimage to the United States. While hot topics s...

‘Blue wave’​ not as big as Democrats anticipated

Michael Negrete, Times Staff

December 4, 2018

Filed under Opinion

  Since Donald Trump took office two years ago, all that many of the country’s citizens that voted against him have had to look forward to is the midterm elections that were just held. Many individuals to the left of ...

Decriminalization of drug use counter-intuitive for addicts

Michael Negrete, Times Staff

December 4, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Social Justice

  In the society we live in today, it seems as if having any kind of opposition to the decriminalization of drugs is an unpopular opinion to hold. Many people approach the topic of drug abuse with the misconception that...

A difference in the American dream

Times Staff, Times Staff

November 6, 2018

Filed under Opinion

In ancient Greek mythology, the forces of nature are explained as gods. The titan Atlas stood in the mountains of Northern Africa and held the sky up on his shoulders. Modern society, and the book ‘Atlas Shrugged,’ have turned...

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