Within 2016, it‘s estimated that 246,660 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in the United States according to breastcancer.org.Read More
Police shootings in America have become an epidemic among law enforcement. On Tuesday, the Los Angeles Police Commission told the LAPD they should start sharing more information to the public about shootings committed by officers and the force involved with them.Read More
There have been many concerning stories and issues that have occurred due to Trump’s actions and words, but the most shocking was a video released in 2005 of when the potential next President of the United States was bragging about being so famous that he can get away with sexual assault.Read More
Proposition 58 is on the ballot this year in hopes of repealing Proposition 227, a decades old law established in 1998 which restricts what methods can be used to teach English to non-English speakers.Read More
“One billion dollars here we come.”
These were the words sent out in an email by Martin Shkreli, former CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals, who infamously raised the price of the drug Daraprim, used to treat the life-threatening condition, Toxoplasmosis or acute malaria, from $13.50 per pill to a staggering $750 per pill.
Media has been fluttering for the past several months and even years with multiple situations where Trump talks about women as objects rather than individuals. His poor treatment of women makes me question whether this person is the face we want to represent the United States. But at this point, does it even matter what he says when his followers won’t change their minds when it comes down to making that final vote?Read More