An opioid addiction workshop held at PCC last Wednesday revealed an unprecedented new bill as well as news of an organization currently at work in combating deaths related to overdose.
Lancers fell Warriors in walk-off victory
With two strikes and the tension mounting in the bottom of the seventh, Amanda Flores waited for her pitch before snapping a swing and driving a walk-off single to short left field for a win that puts the Lancers one spot outside the top ten teams in southern California.
Opioid victims need help, not handcuffs
The sinister scythe that is the opioid crisis within the United States continues to reap the lives of our loved ones, has amassed a body count surpassing the Vietnam War, and remains largely unchecked, if not encouraged by laws passed in the interest of personal gain, our collective naivete in regards to the subject and the inhumane yet popular public sentiment that those who use drugs do not deserve help.
Nepotism now Trumps democracy
Donald Trump’s penchant for nepotism calls to mind the very monarchy we forged this nation to escape, discredits the United States in the eyes of the rest of the world and threatens our democracy as we know it by entrusting individuals lacking security clearance, knowledge, and experience with our nation’s secrets.