Our primary concern is with the need for everyone in the UK to always have access to enough food to meet their dietary, nutritional, and social needs.
Archives for March 2018
Unable to face the prickly bristles of three see–through blankets on a mattress whose sisal stuffing has folded into numerous lumps hard as stones, I am at the desk, under the full electric glare of a 100–watt naked bulb, scribbling words on toilet paper. I can hear the bootsteps of the night guard, going up and down the passageway between the two rows of cells, which face each other
David Jensen, a beloved member of the Washburn faculty with a rich history on campus and in the community, passed away March 21.
It often seems that there is no end to President Trump’s cruel determination to transform America into a country that divides and dehumanizes its people.
This census survey, from a section on the March 2018 test, shows how the U.S. Census Bureau will ask people to provide greater detail about their origins.
Indeed, throughout American history, the Second Amendment was conceived as a collective right, tied to forming a militia. The Supreme Court didn’t declare the Second Amendment as an individual right until a divided Supreme Court did so in 2008, breaking with nearly 70 years of court cases.
Though congressional representatives may hear their constituents, the question is whether they will listen. Contrary to popular belief, medical marijuana legalization is not a partisan issue, and for the majority of Americans, is not a moral issue. It does, however, raise fundamental questions about the nature of a republic where representatives answer to the highest bidders rather than constituents.