By Matthew Naum, Staff Writer When it comes to scientific analysis, the validity of one’s results depends on the research and rigor that went into developing the methods used to produce those results. If methods are used that lack a strong scientific underpinning and consistency, then results produced by those […]
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Photo provided courtesy of Pixabay.com. By Matt Naum, Staff Writer On September 4, 2020, Curtis Flowers was officially released from Mississippi state custody after having murder charges against him dropped. These charges are what forced Flowers to endure six separate trials.  The trials resulted in four convictions, four […]
Photo provided courtesy of Unsplash.com By Matthew Naum, Staff Writer On January 17, 2020 the United States Supreme Court agreed to hear appeals from two cases concerning whether states have the authority to penalize “faithless electors”, the name for members of the Unites States Electoral College who choose not to […]
By Matthew Naum, Staff Writer A federal judge has reversed his dismissal of Nicholas Sandmann’s quarter billion-dollar lawsuit against the Washington Post following the submission of an amended complaint. In a story that polarized the American public and one the New York Times called “an explosive convergence of race, religion, […]
Photo provided courtesy by Pixabay By Matthew Naum, Staff Writer Red flag laws, also known as Extreme Risk Protection Orders (“ERPOs”), have gained momentum on both the state and national level as a potential way to prevent public mass shootings since the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in […]