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The Bull's Eye

Senseless pain, senseless rioting

Stuart Kusdono, Asst. Opinion Editor

September 15, 2016

Filed under Opinion

It is easy to vilify the police over an unjust action, to start a demonstration over a perceived act of police racism. And yes, these demonstrations can be effective, impactful even—if done right. Yet the public has been too sen...

My Muslim makeover

Noor Naji, Asst. Opinion Editor

September 15, 2016

Filed under Opinion

“We wish you all an enjoyable flight,” says every flight attendant around the globe, and they mean every word of it, even if they kick me off the plane after they say it. Lately, Muslims have been put under a microscope in airports due...

Twisting the truth

Stuart Kusdono and Noor Naji

September 15, 2016

Filed under Election 2016, Opinion

Politicians have a bad reputation of playing loose with the facts. Whether or not the candidates this year fit that stereotype is anyone’s guess.   Hillary Clinton   Gay Marriage: Hillary Clinton ha...

Distortion in the election system

Stuart Kusdono, Asst. Opinion Editor

September 15, 2016

Filed under Election 2016, Opinion

It is not an exaggeration to say that our presidential election is not a true election at all. Indeed, our self-proclaimed democracy isn’t really a democracy thanks to the existence of the Electoral College, a system not only inef...

Injustice in Stanford rape case

Noor Naji, Asst. Opinion Editor

June 30, 2016

Filed under Opinion

It has become a complete norm to hear the news that yet another young, privileged white man has received a shorter sentence even after being found guilty of a crime. In March of last year, ex-Stanford swimmer Brock Turner was...

ON THE ISSUES

Noor Naji and Stuart Kusdono

May 18, 2016

Filed under Election 2016, Opinion

Donald Trump With the U.S. under a $19 trillion debt, Donald Trump has voiced opposition to providing military support in European countries while receiving nothing in return. He does, however, want to dismantle Iran’s global ...

Seniors: To vote or not to vote?

Noor Naji, Asst. Opinion Editor

May 18, 2016

Filed under Election 2016, Opinion

ith the upcoming primary election, young voters are faced with the hardest of choices: should they vote for a complete outsider who’s obsessed with creating walls, a “radical” democratic socialist, or someone known fo...

With Bernie or Bust, the Dems are dust

Eric Hong, Opinion Editor

May 18, 2016

Filed under Opinion

t this point in the race for the White House, there are some concessions that need to be made across the board. One, Hillary Clinton is set to be the Democratic nominee. Two, there is a formidable enemy and his name is Donald ...

Eye of the editors: To the principal

May 18, 2016

Filed under Eye of the Editors, Opinion

After an entire school year without a permanent principal, Diamond Bar High School has a new leader. While student voice is limited on campus and students rarely are allowed the opportunity of offering suggestions on how to improve...

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