Imagine this: It’s your high school football team’s annual rivalry game. School spirit is high and the cheers are loud. The bleachers are filled with parents and students, watching with hopeful eyes and wanting to take... Read More »
“Will I stand?”
This is the question many students in America ask themselves every day when the time comes to salute their flag.
The refusal to display loyalty has been recently debated in the media as Colin Kaepernick,... Read More »
New Mexico’s poverty rate has been rising and falling for years. But in 2015, the state was ranked 50th overall and 51st in child poverty, according to Talk Poverty, a project of Center for American Progress.
Twenty-nine... Read More »