From de-platforming to fires in theaters, there's a lot you may not truly get right about our most important constitutional rights.
Opinion Archives February 2021
This should be the time for other states to reach out and help, not mock.
The star of this year’s spring break is, drumroll please … the staycation!
One week into the Lunar New Year, a holiday celebrated primarily by Southeast Asian cultures, the United States—and California in particular—has witnessed a brutal surge in anti-Asian violence. In the midst of the global pandemic that we are all experiencing, it is more important than ever t…
Keeping up with the news has always been a two-edged sword. On one hand, it is essential for anyone who strives to be a well-informed citizen of the world. On the other, there are those stories—brutal and heart wrenching stories—that are capable of breaking through the news fatigue and shatt…
California's "three-strikes" law is a relic of the nineties and doesn't reflect what modern voters want. Gascón's attempts to get around that law aren't the solution either.
Throughout this country’s history, we have seen Black politicians settle themselves into the government. However, not all of them have had the Black community in mind.
A heart-shaped box of chocolates, teddy bears and red roses are the common images we think of when Feb. 14 comes to mind. Instead of focusing on the materialistic symbols or the constant reminder of being single, I think we should have the day of love be based on self-love.
While you are picking up a nail file or a pack of gum, take another look at the new health services big-name companies are offering.