Eric Stubben [follow id=”EricStubben”] Eric Stubben is a mechanical engineering junior and Mustang News conservative columnist. These views do not necessarily reflect the opinion or editorial coverage of Mustang News. There’s no sugar coating or silver lining that covers up…
The disappearance of MH370 not only displays the blatant corruption of international communication, it also creates motivation for terrorists to create an event with the same outcome.
Irony is when a deep cold front sweeps across America the same week Russia eerily brings back Cold War tensions.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie finally made a blunder. And he won’t hear the end of it for a long time.
When I first caught wind of Nelson Mandela’s passing last month, my mind started racing a million miles an hour.
America today lies in a critical place. We sit at the corner of history, where our rich past meets a progressive future.
Eighteenth century French writer, Voltaire, once wrote, “I do not agree with what you have to say, but I’ll defend to death your right to say it.” Ironically, he also had a not-so striking revelation: “Common sense is not so common.”
I’ve given President Barack Obama every chance to redeem himself on his signature Affordable Care Act (ACA) during the past month and a half. The “train wreck,” as many Congressional Republicans have dubbed it, finally hit me.
Over the past week, we’ve been inundated with hundreds of ads all over television, the Internet, and the radio reminding us to “thank our veterans.” While it’s an important message to send to the American people, perhaps the more important question to ponder is, “Why do we thank our veterans?”