UAV Military Benefits

SourceURL:file://localhost/Users/Guest/Downloads/Narrative%20(1).docx Unmanned aircraft technology became popular among  America’s resources during the 21st century. There were a variety of organizations developing drones like General Atomics, Northrop Grumman, and Lockhead Martin. Most drones were manufactured in the United States until America made agreement with Pakistan’s government which allowed the U.S to use predator drones in pakistan. When…

Big Media and the Economy

Shane Schiff Media consolidation is a term used to describe the process of fewer media corporations owning more and more of the media. Freepress.net, and other independent media sources oppose the ever-growing media monopoly. They feel that mass media is responsible for our media’s stagnation and for eliminating the voice the smaller companies. These large…

Decriminalizing Possession of Drugs

Zania Frazier Anti – Narcotics America is one of the main countries that people look at as a golden ticket. People come here for better education, higher job opportunities, and, most importantly, freedom. America is all of this and more. But in humanity people in America don’t understand that everything isn’t what it seems to…

Increasing international cooperation to reduce drug trade

Irma Orozco Increase International Cooperation to Reduce Drug Trade The cooperation between nations will reduce the illegal drug trade. It is easier to accomplish anything when people are cooperating and work together. When people divide the work and divide the responsibility more can get done and it can be done faster. This logic applies to…

Adding prisons

Mikayla Jordan IDP Paper Reducing the Drug Trade   America’s prisons are being over crowded with 3 strike criminals.These crimes may be  from as little as stealing a candy bar to a crime as big as murder. This is a problem because criminals that need to be in prisons are out on the street, causing…

Risk Factors of Drone Use

By Umair Malik The risk and potential for collateral from drones are too great to allow for their continued military use.Over the course of 2010,US president Barack Obama ordered hundreds of drone strikes to countries in and around the Middle East including Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen, Iraq, Iran, and Somalia. As a result of so many…

Government Regulation

By Makayla Franklin As the internet has become more significant and widely used, issues have arisen around regulating content and access to the world of the World Wide Web. Because of the nature of the internet being a primarily free and open access portal to infinite media sources, outlets, and points of view, there is…

Don’t Believe Everything you Don’t Read: Censorship in America.

By Thomas Jackson The question of censorship, or more specifically, censorship of news and media has long been a subject of great debate. Many advocate for or defend the concept of keeping information from the masses for various reasons, some of which are logical. There is a constant code followed by most main forms of…

Bigger Is Stronger: The Effects of media Consolidation

Avi Shorer Throughout the past 30 odd years the vast majority of our media outlets have been bought by six major companies; News corp, Viacom, Comcast, Disney, Time Warner and CBS. Creators, employees and supporters of the media conglomerates say that this system is beneficial to everyone. They believe that unity between multiple separate media…

No News is Good News: An Investigation of Bias in the Media

Talia Rossi Who are you getting your news from and how do you know if it’s true? Well in this day and age it is likely that most of your news is coming from an asset of one of six major media corporations. News Corp, Disney, Viacom, Time Warner, CBS and Comcast own 90% of…