25 Family Court Questions That Need To Be Answered

September 8, 2017 Donnie Casto II 0

  1) Why shouldn’t all parents facing the loss of equal parenting rights and responsibilities be entitled to a Jury Trial? Isn’t that relationship of more value than current civil and criminal court filing thresholds for dollar amounts or risk of incarceration? 2) Why is it that upon divorce of […]

A Stubborn Irishman’s View: Charlottesville Race Riots

September 8, 2017 Isaac Mcshane 0

I didn’t have a great childhood. I pretend it never happened. I’ve never regarded my hometown as a sentimental location. It does, however, withhold a particular historical significance. My dad got his PhD at the university, the campus of which happened to be designed by one of our nation’s founding […]

Fear and Loathing at Taco Bell

September 8, 2017 C.B. Bellerose 0

To start this off, you should know this particular Taco Bell has more turnaround than an anorexic roll of toilet paper in a turd factory. We’re sure of only one constant face in the establishment, the General Manager… a woman we’ve heard on many occasions belittling the staff of part-time […]

A Polar Bear in Nevada: A Tale of Modern Vegas

September 6, 2017 GonzoToday 0

by Kennedy Dillinger Whenever I fly over the desert I’m always intrigued by the isolated homes that pepper the flat, brown land. Miles and miles stretch between them, but from above it’s just seconds. One one thousand– two one thousand– they’re gone. I wonder about what people are doing. I […]