• Kaitalin, I agree with your statement about different food from different cultures. I too believe that not all food is the same, and especially that the certain flavors or ingredients used in foods from different cultures vary depending on their geographical location and the ingredients that are available to people in their countries. Maybe…[Read more]

  • Emanuel, your post very well highlights the motives many people have for leaving their home countries and immigrating to the United States. I too am a child of immigrant parents and I can speak to the experiences my parents have had living in this country and building their lives from scratch. A lot of the time people do not realize that leaving…[Read more]

  • Kathryn commented on the post, Gun Control 6 days, 6 hours ago

    Danny, your article is very well written, and I like that you present points of view from both sides of the issue. In the future, I think maybe expanding more on what has led people to have certain stances on this issue would be interesting to look at, as well as providing statistics on gun ownership and mass incidents.

  • Luis, I really loved your post about emigration from the Dominican Republic. What sparked my attention and intrigued me the most was when you said, “Many people come to this country to protect their families to have a better life in another place because their country doesn’t have a good president or for the need of food or money”. This s…[Read more]

  • I think this is a great post about the environmental effects of plastic in the oceans. Like you said, it is important to do something about this issue before it becomes too late. On that note, I would like to ask if you have looked at or read any articles that propose possible solutions to this threat. “We need to start showing the public this…[Read more]

  • The immigration topic in the United States is something worth looking at . In the article President Trump’s Wall of Compassion by Rovvy Lepor, the main argument is that the wall that our president has a

    • Immigration is an issue that should be talked about and addressed. It is a misconception that Trump supporters and those who support the wall hate immigrants, when in reality, we want immigrants and accept them. They just have to go through the right processes and enter legally. We’re a nation of immigrants, but we are also a nation with laws. Immigrants are more than welcome.

  • Kathryn commented on the post, EL BULLYING 2 months ago

    Me agrada mucho tu publicación, y creo que tus puntos y preguntas tienen mucho valor. Cuando escribes, “Mi pregunta es porque hay personas tan repugnantes con las demás personas que no saben sus tradiciones o lenguaje? En vez de ayudarles para así poder seguir aprendido nuevas cosas.”, pienso de la misma manera. Siempre me he indagado sobre ese te…[Read more]

  • This is great! I am in complete agreement with you about the error in using standardized tests as a means to measure student intelligence. The value of learning and true inquiry is done away with completely in such processes, and thus does not show an accurate evaluation of students’ abilities. When you say “This option seemingly gives students…[Read more]

  • There are many online sources that describe the DACA program and give examples and possibilities of the future of the nation without this program. DACA is deferred action for childhood arrivals, and basically

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