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New Policies: How Firearm Providers are Changing After Parkland Shooting

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With every argument that the second Amendment is a constitutional right and, the federal government has absolutely no right restricting firearm access, is another argument that communicates the destructive danger that high-powered rifles could cause. The gun control debate has been brewing for quite some time now; given the recent rise in gun violence and,… Read More

No Longer The King: Budweiser No Longer Considered One of America’s Three Favorite Beers

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When it comes to things that are stereotypical yet proud characteristics of The United States of America, one important staple worth discussing beyond apple pie and baseball is the love of Budweiser. Whether it’s because of their partnership with The National Football League or that some of their cans have the American flag on them, there’s… Read More

Impossible Foods: The Creators of An Entirely Vegan Hamburger

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Among dietary lifestyles gaining popularity throughout America, whether it’s the Millennials spearheading the “avocado everything” movement, or the gluten-free lifestyle, and even the dangerous YouTube trend of eating Tide Pods, not many diets have received much mainstream attention quite like veganism. Whether it’s health-related, personal or ethical reasons, veganism is on the rise in America, with… Read More

Stoners Rejoice: Taco Bell Debuts Nacho Fries, Which Will Likely Sell Well in California

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Anecdotal opinions suggest that cannabis and Taco Bell usually go hand in hand in the most beautiful of unions. Whether it is through multiple flavors of a deliciously unhealthy Dorito Loco Tacos, Beefy 5-Layer Burrito, Chalupa Supreme, or my personal favorite and the now defunct XXL Nachos, the many mysterious ingredients in Taco Bell seem to speak… Read More

Texas Capital to Initiate Class Program for Low Level Marijuana Possession

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An issue that’s become part of national political discourse recently is cannabis legalization. Ever since California allowed medical marijuana in 1996 and Colorado lead the recreational movement by becoming the first state to legalize recreational cannabis during the aftermath of the 2012 election, other states have followed suit, in either medical or fully recreational capacities.… Read More

Maple Leaf Marijuana: Canada’s Largest Pharmacy Chain to Sell Medical Cannabis

Quite like the current extremely complex and convoluted American political landscape, cannabis legalization has become a very relevant issue for our neighbors to the North. Similar to how President Obama expressed his support to legalize the plant, Canadian Prime Minister and worldwide heart-throb Justin Trudeau has expressed on many occasions his support for full legalization… Read More