Lessons in Quality Control: The GM Ignition Switch

General Motors (GM), the US automobile giant, is certainly no stranger to bad publicity and scandal. Yet the latest in a row of controversies will have even GM reeling – a scandal rising from the defective ignition switches in GM … Read More…

The Guardrails That Failed to Guard

Road traffic accidents, unfortunate as they can be, are commonplace. They range from the minor, inconsequential ones with little or no damage to life and property, to major ones that involve significant material and financial loss in addition to severe … Read More…

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A Victory for Wheaton in the Birth Control Debate

The debate about birth control has raged on for years and years, and it has shown no signs of abating any time soon. Is it ethical or not, whether through contraceptives, coitus interruptus, or abortion? That is the raging question, … Read More…

Kathryn Ronk Charged with Criminal Sexual Conduct

A school, or any educational institute for that matter, is traditionally, ideally, supposed to be a place where you can send your kids with a certain peace of mind, and feel safe in the process. Certainly, every parent wishes that … Read More…

The Brian Stow Saga: Of Taters and Tragedy

Sport games are, often enough, feisty and passionate affairs. There is a long and well established tradition of competition and fervor, of rage and of excitement. The players are expected to be determined and zealous, while the fans encourage them … Read More…

From Settlements to Revisits for GM

General Motors Co, the third largest automaker in the world, has been embroiled in the faulty ignition switch saga since January of this year. The company must have thought they had run at least one major gauntlet when they settled … Read More…

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LGBT Triumphant in Texas

The US, the land of liberty, is perhaps not as liberal after all, as the nation would like to believe, for while gay marriages have been made legal in 13 countries around the world, including Canada, France, Brazil, and South … Read More…