Let’s play word association. Name the first five things that come to mind that symbolize San Diego. Mine are the beach, zoo, SeaWorld, San Diego State and even the Chargers. It’s a safe bet the Padres would appear on few lists. They are poised to drop further, now that the 22 percent of San Diego [...]
T he idea behind legalized abortion is a woman’s right to choose. Alternatively, she can receive living expenses while placing her unborn baby up for adoption. So, why is it illegal for her to profit from the act of sex itself? Let’s end the double standard and legalize prostitution. The face of prostitution is changing. [...]
The Washington Post’s Nov. 22 issue includes an article about Chief Warrant Officer Charlie Morgan of the New Hampshire Army National Guard. Morgan has terminal cancer. Unfortunately, Morgan’s wife, Karen, will be denied survivor benefits almost every spouse is entitled to when their military spouse dies.
I went to basic training twice. Everyone should attend at least once.
In simpler times, parents faced one neonatal choice: whether or not to know the baby’s sex. Since then, science advanced and now whole genome sequencing allows expecting parents to look into their unborn child’s DNA.
The first-sale doctrine makes yard sales, swap meets and websites such as Craigslist possible.
SAT scores have dropped again. According to The College Board, a not-for-profit educational advocacy organization, revealed that only 43 percent of high school graduates class of 2012 were college ready.
A chill returns to San Diego’s morning air, hinting the warmer-than-usual summer is nearing an end. Unfortunately, the chill in the chambers of the 112th U.S. Congress is not as welcome.
Leaving my Philosophy 101 class, I overheard a classmate bemoan the philosophical nature of the class. Clearly he didn’t think it through before enrolling.