Fahrenheit 451

Fahrenheit 451

Mollie Engdahl, Writer

May 7, 2018


Filed under A & E, Opinion, Showcase

Do you ever question any of the codes? You laughed That’s against the code! This isn’t the first time it threaten us Last month it happened twice Rule 1. Answer calls swiftly Burn everything Start the fire swiftly Stay alert for other flames Report back to tree immediately ...

Freedom and Safety: How do you Quantify the Worth of a Human Life?

Cameron RIddle, Writer

March 13, 2018


Filed under News, Opinion

How much freedom is one life worth to you, how about seventeen?

School Shooting in Kentucky

Jade McMillian, writer

March 13, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Kentucky is the 15th state of the United States of America. With any state there are going to be issues and in America today that issue is school shootings. Since the 1870's there have been a number of school shootings In the state Kentucky there have been 2 school shootings in 2018 the 1st...

A Gun-ridden World

A Gun-ridden World

Steven Roberts, Writer

March 13, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Imagine a country where you wouldn’t have to go to school worried about there being a gun-threat present - that feeling deep within you that tells you something’s wrong; your safety. Imagine a country where underage kids couldn’t get their hands on guns whenever they pleased. I, for one, n...

If a Political Leader Asked Me….

If a Political Leader Asked Me….

Mollie Engdahl, Writer

March 13, 2018


Filed under Opinion

What would you do, say, think if a political leader asked what your thoughts were about the sudden incline of school shooting threats and past several school shootings? "Hmm...what do you think?" I'd return the question right back to the politician. I mean, congrats! Political leaders you guys are...

Everything is Politics

Katherine Bullion

March 13, 2018


Filed under Opinion

With the recent shooting in Florida, people want something to happen. People are taking the issue to politicians, expecting them to answer. This seems to be all I've heard about in the past week or two. It's important to know about, yes, but I don't want that to be all I hear about from now on. Especially...

Politics the Destroyer of Lives

Jacob Sams, Writer

March 13, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Politics are basically the happenings around the world, main political conversations would mainly be about governments, or just stuff happening in the world. They are the way to decide who's good and who's bad basically by reputation and opinions. I hate politics but what I really hate most about...

We the People and Net Neutrality

Jacob Sams, Writer

December 8, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Uncategorized

Original image created by Jacob Sams When I spend my free time on the internet, I prefer not paying for each individual Google search because bing bribed my internet provider to make it run faster and Google slower. Net neutrality allows the internet to remain neutral. It prevents  any one websit...

The Monopoly Mouse?…The Mickey Man?

The Monopoly Mouse?…The Mickey Man?

Cameron Riddle, Writer

December 8, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Monopoly: the exclusive possession or control of the supply or trade in a commodity or service. Disney, founded in 1923, is now known to be an animation giant with little to no actual rivals within is market of entertainment. Disney world is the premier theme park with only universal studios and six flags ge...

Painting a Picture: Art or Vandalism?

Painting a Picture: Art or Vandalism?

Diana Lila, Photographer and Videographer

December 8, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Can graffiti ever be considered art? Place your paint aside, put your brushes or spray paint down, brush off and take a step back and think is graffiti art. What even is graffiti you may ask? According to Dictionary.com graffiti are markings, as initials, slogans, or drawings,written, spray-painted...

Where are Ex-felons Voting Rights?

Leah Cardwell, Writer

December 7, 2017


Filed under Opinion

     The state of Kentucky has one of the strictest requirement qualifications placed on voters in the United States. One group who has been affected by these standards the most are the released felons. Does this not infringe upon their rights as U.S. citizens? The whole point behind the United S...

Is Rock and Metal Music Violent?

Is Rock and Metal Music Violent?

Jaxson McLemore, Reporter

December 7, 2017


Filed under Opinion

  Most people who don’t listen to rock and metal think it’s violent. I disagree.  Most metal and rock artists have meaningful lyrics and songs. Most people think metal and rock has violent lyrics and no meaning. Although most metal music sounds violent and crazy, the genre actually has l...

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