Month: September 2021

NFL Pick ‘Ems Week 4

Sophomore Michael Aiello remains in the lead after week 3. Here’s what we think will happen in week 4. Freshman Santino Dill Sophomore Michael Aiello Junior Philip Sitkowski Senior Lindsay Stevenson Teacher Jeff Laschinski Record Last Week: 12-4 (.750) 10-6 (.625) 12-4 (.750) 8-8 (.500) 10-6 (.625) Overall record: 31-17 (.646) 32-16 (.667) 30-18 (.625) …

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Texas’ unjust abortion law renews debate on what’s at the heart of the argument

Texas lawmakers on, Sept. 21, 2021, passed the most restrictive law on abortion in the United States, prohibiting women from undergoing abortion after 6 weeks of pregnancy. The Supreme Court refused to block this law with a vote of 5-4. With Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s recent passing, Justice Amy Coney Barrett, a well-known …

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Opinion: Garland justified in bringing action to Texas for its new abortion law

The United States Justice Department has sued the state of Texas over the state’s new controversial abortion law. The lawsuit comes after the law was passed on Sept. 1 and bans all abortions after six weeks, which is far before most people know that they are pregnant.  The Justice Department hopes to go through the …

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‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the 10 Rings’ smashes Labor Day weekend box office records

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the 10 Rings is smashing records left and right. Over the course of this Labor Day weekend, the movie made a whopping $90 million at the box office.  The movie beat out other pandemic preview releases such as F9, which did $7.1 million, but did not beat out Black Widow’s …

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