Opinion: Due To Media Sensationalism, WDBJ Killer Getting Undue Fame

By now I am sure everyone knows of the tragic slaying of reporter Alison Parker, 24 and cameraman Adam Ward, 27 of Roanoke, VA-based news station, WDBJ Channel 7 at the hands of a former employee of the network who I refuse to name. It is yet another tragic loss of life in the country… Continue reading Opinion: Due To Media Sensationalism, WDBJ Killer Getting Undue Fame

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INSCMagazine: In Memory Of WDBJ’s Alison Park and Adam Ward

With the tragic slaying of reporter Alison Parker, 24 and cameraman Adam Ward, 27 of Roanoke, VA-based news station, WDBJ Channel 7 at the hands of 41-year-old Vester Lee Flanagan, we at INSCMagazine wish to express our deepest condolences to both the Park and Ward families, as this tragic act of violence has rocked the… Continue reading INSCMagazine: In Memory Of WDBJ’s Alison Park and Adam Ward

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ByLine Report: Boston Terror Suspect, Usaamah Rahim, Allegedly Wanted to Behead Pamela Geller

Police in Boston shot and killed Usaamah Rahim who was suspected of plotting to kill and behead Pamela Geller, a right-wing plotter that hosted a draw Muhammad contest last month in Texas. Geller is the president of the ultra-conservative American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI). An organization that is viewed as a hate group by organizations… Continue reading ByLine Report: Boston Terror Suspect, Usaamah Rahim, Allegedly Wanted to Behead Pamela Geller

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News and Notes: Modern Prisons and Their Predecessors

The United States has the most prisons in the world in order to house the highest number of incarcerated people in the world. 707 per every 100,000 people can be found in a prison. Out of every 100 citizens, 3 work in the justice system. 1 in 9 State employees works in corrections. How this… Continue reading News and Notes: Modern Prisons and Their Predecessors

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Freddie Gray: Baltimore Riots, The Result Of Much Deeper Problems

After the unexpected and tragic death of Freddie Gray, in the custody of Baltimore police, the trust that Americans once felt for law enforcement is gone. Most Americans are now hesitant to call the police when a problem occurs due to the possibility of the police killing them when they arrive. I feel that this… Continue reading Freddie Gray: Baltimore Riots, The Result Of Much Deeper Problems

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Boston Marathon Bombing: Tsarnaev Guilty On All Counts, Eligible For Death Penalty

BOSTON – After a highly-publicized deliberation of 12 jurors that lasted 15 days in the case of Boston bomber Dzhokhar “Jahar” Tsarnaev was found guilty on multiple counts of mass weapons use. With the verdict, Tsarnaev is eligible for the death penalty. Tsarnaev, 21, was found guilty of 30 counts of mass weapons use, 17… Continue reading Boston Marathon Bombing: Tsarnaev Guilty On All Counts, Eligible For Death Penalty

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Money: Americans Set To Spend Big This Tax Season

With tax season right around the corner, most Americans are already filing early (did you know that you can efile your taxes for free?) to get a hopeful nice cash return. After all, every two weeks when we see that pay stub, and several deductions, all that stops us from crying is the eventual hope… Continue reading Money: Americans Set To Spend Big This Tax Season

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International: A Comprehensive Strategy On How To Defeat ISIS

Recently, Marie Harf, a Deputy Spokesperson for the US State Department said that we need to focus on creating jobs for our medium and long-term goals in defeating ISIS. Immediately, the ultra-conservative war hawks such as Fox News, Col. Allen West, and others blasted Harf for the proposed strategy on dealing with ISIS. They said… Continue reading International: A Comprehensive Strategy On How To Defeat ISIS

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The Crisis of ISIS: Why U.S. Intervention Is Needed

ISIS has been around for almost three years but has only really gotten a lot of attention in the last nine months after they blitzed through multiple cities in Iraq and Syria in only a matter of a couple of weeks. Then there has been multiple be-headings of journalists and citizens of many countries. These… Continue reading The Crisis of ISIS: Why U.S. Intervention Is Needed

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2016 U.S. Election: Why Sarah Palin Is the Ultimate Wildcard

After expressing interest in running president in The Washington Post, former Republican Alaska governor Sarah Palin could be the ultimate wildcard in 2016. Palin, the former GOP vice-president candidate who rose to both fame and infamy as John McCain’s running mate in 2008, is the one Republican figure that is unpredictable, powerful and is capable… Continue reading 2016 U.S. Election: Why Sarah Palin Is the Ultimate Wildcard

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