Staring at the Rectangle

Staring at the Rectangle

By Priscilla West Much has been written about our addiction to smartphones.  We see obvious problems with people too focused on these ubiquitous devices – in parking lots and checkout lines, at bus stops and traffic lights.   In time, experts will ascertain the effects on our brains, bodies, and personal skills.  Eventually, lawmakers will strike […]

Radio Host Using 4,000th Show to Benefit Hurricane Michael Survivors

Radio Host Using 4,000th Show to Benefit Hurricane Michael Survivors

When Hurricane Michael churned its way to the Gulf coast, morning drive radio host Preston Scott and his colleagues did what they have done each time a storm approached or hit the region – they broadcasted the important information to listeners. Michael was different and historic. Its legacy is one of devastation never seen in […]

Six Questions with Daniel Parker on the Appeal of Socialism in the U.S.

Six Questions with Daniel Parker on the Appeal of Socialism in the U.S.

Why is socialism controversial in the United States? Some media and elected officials are yelling the term “socialism” over and over until it becomes something people are afraid of discussing rationally. This is exactly the orchestrated goal. It may be because of the upcoming presidential elections and the few incremental gains that working-class Americans have […]

In the Arena: Maddox’s Future

In the Arena: Maddox’s Future

Detectives use inductive and deductive reasoning to draw conclusions.  Deductive reasoning is where you can use general truths to draw specific conclusions.  In the case of Scott Maddox there are some deductions we can make. The Department of Justice Public Integrity Section is in charge of indicting public official criminal behavior.  They have a good […]