Seniors Get an Advocate for Lower Property Taxes

By Isabelle Guzman In his run for Congress, Jerry Sakura mentions having several existential concerns; for example, seniors on fixed incomes having to sell their homes, or not being able to afford payment of their ever-rising property taxes. Mr. Sakura told The Guardian in a phone interview that in his opinion, seniors deserve the respect […]


By Garth Baker With all the talk of how the country is being divided between African Americans and Whites, it has turned me to research the biggest division this country has ever seen. The time was 1861-1865, during the Civil War. More than 3 million fought during this war, 900,000 for the confederacy and 2.1 […]

Dr. Frye’s Prescription

By Dr. Steven Frye’s The War on Drugs is not just a failure, it’s a monumental fiasco. *The US has five % of the world’s population but uses 60 % of the world’s drugs. The War on Drug kills people, not the drugs! * In 70 years our drug war has killed 700,000 of our own citizens, more […]