DeViney: Mr. Green, from the outset, before I go getting carried away and forget, thank you, from the bottom of my heart and on behalf of the swashbucklers who comprise the staff of ModState, thank you for making an appearance with us and being willing to talk about your experience(s). This is a real honor for us as a media enterprise and for myself
While we haven’t entered into the depth of discussion to which opportunity afforded with newfound network allies OverWatch, it pleases me greatly inform our readers and fellow network members of an early yet blossoming affiliation with Is It Just Us.
Founded, engineered and operated by Mr. Clark A., <a title="Is It Just Us" href="http://IsItJust.us
On 27 January, 2016, came the “Executive Order: Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry to the United States” or, colloquially, the one that started “it” all. In one sense, the public outcry stemming from the order was much ado about nothing. Now, before the effervescent heroes of the broadly-dented left take their gleaming
I am not in the business of film review. Our editorial staff here at ModState has established this as an uncompromising policy position. Oh, and this columnist has no interest in such an endeavor. Ever. In any way. So, relax. We’re not doing it.
With that, I’d like to praise Al Eldeen’s wonderfully direct, accurate and succinct
I hearken back to hallowed antiquity (or the 2012 election season, anyway), about six months after meeting a fellow corpsman I had the honor to serve with and the wonderful privilege of becoming good friends with, a Mr. Smith. He was a young black man from Chicago, struck with curiosity about this “crazy white guy from New Orleans”
I’ve spent the last several weeks investigating the issue of police violence, specifically when it results in death. I’ve sat through difficult interviews with the people tasked with pulling those triggers, interviews with the people at the business end of those guns, and with the community occupants left to deal with the remains
DeViney, Jonathan D.:First and foremost, Mr. Shepard, on behalf of the staff and readership of ModState, thank you for taking the time to discuss your pivotal work, “The Real Watergate Scandal”
As this is the tenth article in this series we will discuss the ninth amendment. It reads as follows: “The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.” Relatively speaking, that is rather straight forward. All this really
Just shy of a decade has elapsed since I last judged a round at a sanctioned debate tournament. Having competed in both parliamentary and policy debate formats at the high school and collegiate level, I obtained a sample ballot for a parliamentary debate (my preferred format) round for yesterday’s main event: the first Presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
America: Cultural Fondue
Growing up in New Orleans, Louisiana offered me a unique perspective of the world. The little floating Crescent City offers an amalgamation of cultural influences through art, architecture, food and an array of amazing neighbors making up a diverse, cohesive and proud population. Being raised in such