All posts by Owen Meech

About Owen Meech

  • First they came for the…

    On Easter Sunday, 253 Christians, tourists and innocent Sri Lankans were killed and over 500 others were injured in a brutal series of terrorist attacks perpetrated by radical Muslim extremists. In a calculated attack on Christianity, a...

    • Posted April 30, 2019
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  • This one’s for the girls

    Becoming a successful female country artist in 2019 is like pushing a boulder up a mountain: near impossible. Despite great strides made as of late by women in music, female country artists are shockingly underrepresented when it...

    • Posted April 23, 2019
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  • OPINION: Biden’s boomerang

    Well, Democrats, you made your bed and now it’s time to lie in it. Anyone with eyes could’ve seen this moment coming from miles away. The #MeToo movement is beginning to cannibalize its own. At least seven...

    • Posted April 9, 2019
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  • Religious liberty and social justice: Where do we draw the line?

    Quinnipiac students and faculty gathered Wednesday, March 27, at the North Haven campus to discuss the limits of religious freedom at Quinnipiac University School of Law (QUSL) Federalist Society’s penultimate event of the school year, Religious Liberty:...

    • Posted April 2, 2019
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  • OPINION: Dear Mr. President, leave John McCain alone

    President Trump just can’t give it a rest. Nearly seven months after John McCain succumbed to brain cancer, the commander in chief has decided to reignite his feud with the deceased war veteran. McCain has long been...

    • Posted March 26, 2019
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  • No business like snow business

    No matter how old we get, the euphoria and excitement of receiving a “snow day” phone call or text message will never die. This winter at Quinnipiac is no different. For students, snow days are a chance...

    • Posted March 5, 2019
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  • Vaccinate your kids. Seriously.

    The year is 2019 and measles outbreaks are popping up across America. Yes, measles. If it feels like we’re living in the twilight zone, it’s because we are. In 2000, almost 20 years ago, measles was declared...

    • Posted February 13, 2019
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  • Opioid overhaul

    Quinnipiac University students, faculty and staff gathered Tuesday, Jan. 29 for the first Campus Cross Talk event of the spring 2019 semester: Medical uses for Opioid Drugs and the Risk of Addiction. The event, which featured five...

    • Posted February 5, 2019
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  • Ocasio-Cortez: The recklessness of the Twitter rallying cry

    Instead of doing mental gymnastics to justify a double standard, let’s just call a spade a spade: Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) has proven herself to be a reckless and dangerous voice on Twitter. Long before the 2016...

    • Posted January 29, 2019
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  • Pro-life feminism: a candid conversation

    Professor Teresa Collett believes that women in the workplace have been marginalized by the landmark Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision and argued her opinion on Nov. 13 during her presentation, “The Feminist Case Against Abortion,” at...

    • Posted December 4, 2018
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  • Nation to Campus: Subjectivity and the Constitution

    On the surface, President Trump’s call on Oct. 29 to end birthright citizenship via executive order is undeniably a blatant violation of the Constitution. Section 1 of the Fourteenth Amendment clearly states that “all persons born or...

    • Posted November 13, 2018
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  • Elizabeth Warren’s tribal politics

    When Sen. Elizabeth Warren decided to release the results of her DNA test Oct. 15, she applied a new test of her own. For her next act, Warren will test if advancing oneself through blatant cultural appropriation...

    • Posted October 30, 2018
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  • Politically apolitical: The Taylor Swift conundrum

    In case you missed it, the left is now hailing Taylor Swift as the new voice of civic responsibility. Yes, the same Taylor Swift who has been relentlessly berated by the left for not being political enough...

    • Posted October 16, 2018
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  • Injustice for all

    Attorney Clark Neily of the Cato Institute in Washington, D.C. argued that coercive plea bargaining has effectively killed off the criminal jury trial. Neily, who served as a senior attorney and constitutional litigator at the Institute for...

    • Posted October 9, 2018
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