The Arapahoe Pinnacle

CNN’s Bernard Shaw: The Skies Over Bagdad Have Been Illuminated

Rashid Mohamed, Co-Editor

April 29, 2017

As CNN news anchor on assignment to interview then-President Saddam Hussein in 1991, Bernard Shaw never imagined he would become a seasoned war correspondent. Traveling on the precarious task with him were Peter Arnett, John Holliman, and producer Robert Wiener—all soon to become the first TV cable news journalists to cover a war in real time. Before his illust...

Sanctuary Cities: Another Executive Order Bites the Dust

Sanctuary Cities: Another Executive Order Bites the Dust

April 28, 2017

For the umpteenth time in his short-lived Presidency, Donald Trump has had part of an executive order blocked, by a US Court Judge on the grounds...

A Search for Terms, In Terms of a Search

A Search for Terms, In Terms of a Search

April 21, 2017

As Congress and State governments continue to seek internet privacy regulations, and internet users are beholden to take assertive action on privacy, safety, and accuracy of content on the internet, b...

Granting Syrian Refugees Asylum: A Sound Investment for America?

Rashid Mohamed, Co-Editor

April 17, 2017

Gut-wrenching images of smoldering Syrian children, asphyxiated by chemical weapons, dropped on them by Syrian Government forces on Monday, April 3, prompted newly elected US President Trump to draw his own distinctive red line. “What happened in Syria is truly one of the most egregious crimes, and it shouldn't have happened,” Trump told reporters in the Pr...

Trump Considers Climate Change Denier to Lead Environmental Quality

Nico Danks, Science Writer

April 14, 2017

With an educational background in humanities and religion, Kathleen Hartnett White proves that one does not need a scientific education in order to work with environmental policy. Director of the Texas Public Policy Foundation's Armstrong Center for Energy and the Environment, White is the top candidate to potentially run the Council on Environmental Quality. Much to environmentalists'...

Republican Law on Internet Privacy: There Shall Be No Law at All

Republican Law on Internet Privacy: There Shall Be No Law at All

April 7, 2017

There is no more time to be passive about internet privacy. Whether using cell phones, laptops, or hard drives, doing internet searches, online banking,...

Fixing Colorado Roads: Lawmakers Formulate Plan

Fixing Colorado Roads: Lawmakers Formulate Plan

March 30, 2017

The goal is to fix all the roads in Colorado, and lawmakers have a bipartisan plan to do it.  Providing everything goes accordingly, in November 2017, Colorado vot...

Hitler: The Path to Power

Hitler: The Path to Power

March 24, 2017

Setting the scene Germany's bitter concession to the allied forces in World War One, exacerbated by the humiliating and enduring years thereafter,...

Trump’s Travel Ban: Round Two

Trump’s Travel Ban: Round Two

March 10, 2017

After having his first Executive Order rejected by the courts, President Trump is trying again on a travel ban.  The incumbent quietly signed a new Executive Order and made it effective as of March 16, 2017. Reported by the Washington Post, this time the President lists six major...