Opinion

Opinion

By: Jack Rawlings   As former President Clinton did using the Food & Drug Administration and Center for Disease Control to attack the tobacco industry, President Obama is using the Center for Disease Control in an attempt to attack the gun industry. As with tobacco, guns are a legal, marketable product in high demand by the American public which produces lots of revenue. Now in demand more than ever, since the announcement of 23 executive orders to supposedly reduce gun violence. Beware of extended and drawn out laws with vague continuous […]

by · January 31, 2013 · Opinion

Most Bizarre New Years Resolutions

By: Jane Morrell Staff Writer   The year 2012 has ended, and the world is still spinning, so that means we can look forward to the fresh new year 2013! “I’m really looking forward to another year at Troy. It’s going to be awesome!” said Carol Anne Osborne, a sophomore vocal/choral music education major from Panama City, Fla., when asked about her expectations for 2013 With every New Year comes a blank slate, a sigh of relief that we made it after all, new hopes, new dreams and…New Year’s resolutions! […]

by · January 17, 2013 · Opinion
Top 5 Secrets to Sticking to Resolutions

Top 5 Secrets to Sticking to Resolutions

By: Jill Odom Variety Editor   Well it’s a new year and with the new year there are always resolutions that come with it. Rather than making decisions that you never manage to stick to, this time use some tips to help stay on track. These tips are probably no brainers, but sometimes you need another voice to point out the obvious. Resolutions are a declaration to change and to become a better you, so do it this year instead of just saying it.   No. 5 – Create steps […]

by · January 17, 2013 · Opinion