Opinion: The LGBTQ Community is Wrongfully Attacked

The one who accepts all for who they are – Hatred Reversal News
Published on October 11, 2017

L. G. B. T. Q? Across America, people have been gradually exposed to the LGBTQ spectrum and some have affirmed it, while others are highly critical of it. Those who are critical usually either cite religion or that being a part of it is “abnormal”. This leads to hate and violence against LGBTQ citizens, and an astounding rate of suicide among them.

The people who hate the LGBTQ community because of a religious ideal need to come to their senses and realize that their argument is highly hypocritical. They say that marriage equality is unconstitutional because it forces people with certain religious beliefs to comply with the wishes of “the gays”, as they often say. However, not allowing protection of marriage equality would cause the Bill of Rights to roll over in its place in the Rotunda of the National Archives Building. Not allowing marriage equality would force people to comply with religious belief shared by many major religions that homosexuality is a sin. Furthermore, they are indirectly broadcasting a message of “Because people of my religion believe that being anything on the LGBTQ spectrum is abhorrent, all of you other citizens must follow this belief.” The American people, especially the disenfranchised minority groups, deserve the right to chart their own path in life and should not be bullied by religion.

Everyone who believes that LGBTQ people are abnormal is overwhelmingly prejudiced, because there is no normal. Normality has been used to attack everyone who does not fit into the small hole of behavior that is how everyone is supposed to behave in society. They openly disclose that in their mind, “It’s not traditional to be gay”, and are shackling every gay, lesbian, and bisexual person alive to their strict idea of tradition. In case they haven’t noticed, hate in politics has been a tradition for as long as politics has existed, and nobody justifies hate. Nobody is able to, yet it still exists in shocking amounts. The idea of LGBTQ people being abnormal, that a group of people is abnormal for who they are falls into this category of hatred, and it is what everyone in the United States should try to eradicate. Belief that others are abnormal at every level is never excused from qualifying as hatred.

All people in the United States, and the whole world, have a duty of standing up to hatred. This means that despite their beliefs, they have a responsibility to stand with LGBTQ citizens. We have improved vastly across the centuries, but there is still more work to do. Everyone can help. If there ever was a time for it to be necessary, that is now.


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Honda Accord Touring 2018

The Honda Accord it is already in it’s 10th generation. For this new generation Honda make good improvements at the best selling vehicle of the history of the company.

Now regarding to the top of the line model, the Accord began much more handsome. Honda left the car with a beautiful design line, starting at the rear side and going to the trunk. With this finishing detain Honda achieved the goal of a left beautiful car with striking lines and appearing much more sporting.

Knowing the new Honda Accord Touring 2018

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PRICE: $23,570 – $33,800 (Front Wheel Drive)

ENGINE: 1.5L Turbo, 2.0L Turbo

TRANSMISSION: 10 speed automatic



  • Platinum White.
  • Lunar Silver.
  • Modern Steel.
  • Crystal Black.
  • Obsidian Blue.
  • Radiant Red.
  • Champagne Frost.
  • Mona Coffee.



  • Black Leather.
  • Ivory Leather.



  • Honda Sensing (Included in price).
  • Collision Mitigation Braking System.
  • Road Departure Mitigation System.
  • Adaptive Cruise Control with Low – Speed Follow.
  • Lane Keeping Assist System.
  • Traffic Sign Recognition.



  • Honda Navigation System.



  • 19-inch Alloy Wheel (included).
  • 19-inch Black Alloy Wheel ($1,996).
  • 19-inch Chrome Alloy Wheel ($2,236).



  • Body Side Molding ($225).
  • Decklid Spoiler ($349).
  • Door Visors ($185).
  • Front Fender Emblems – Gloss Black ($50).
  • Front Fender Emblems – Silver ($50).
  • Moonroof Visor ($129).
  • Rear Bumper Applique ($70).
  • Rear Bumper Protector ($140).
  • Rear Trim – Black Chrome ($200).
  • Rear Trim – Chrome ($200).
  • Splash Guard Set ($104).
  • Sport Grille – Black Chrome ($299).
  • Sport Grille – Chrome ($299).
  • Underbody Spoiler – Slide ($549).
  • Wheel Locks ($56).
  • Wheel Locks – Black ($82).
  • Wheel Lug Nuts – Black ($225).



  • All Season Floor Mats – High Wall ($158).
  • Cargo Hook ($12.
  • Cargo Net ($49).
  • Cargo Organizer ($87).
  • Door Panel Protector ($149).
  • Door Sill – Lower ($100).
  • Door Sill Trim illuminated ($290).
  • First Aid Kit ($30).
  • Interior Illumination ($125).
  • Steering Wheel Heated ($399).
  • Trunk Drawer ($149).
  • Trunk Mat Carpet ($99).
  • Trunk Tray ($139).



  • Puddle Light ($185).
  • USB Charger ($120).

Now, compare Honda Accord with Toyota Camry. I don’t know who is the best. Probably to answer this question, you need to have a test-drive. One thing that I can answer it’s the prices. Accord it is more cheaper $35.000 (all optional and accessories). Camry $38.000 ( all optional and accessories).


First Gear

Sam Sweet
Mazda’s new engine
Devel 16
A new gtr
Zr1 leak

First off, Mazda has developed the gasoline compression ignition engine, something people have tried to do for decades. It uses spark plugs to control the ignition. It injects fuel similar to a diesel engine, but uses gasoline so it’s cleaner for the environment. It also has a 10% torque boost, and 30% better fuel economy. Hopefully we will see this in 2020 models, which means production will start possibly in late 2018.

Second: the most outrageous hypercar ever. The Devel Sixteen has a 12.3 liter quad-turbo 16 cylinder engine that produces 5007!!! horsepower and 3500 lb-ft of torque on race gas. The street mode makes a similarly insane 3002 horses, and 2407 lb-ft of torque. The engine is similar to 2 Chevy small block v8 joined at the crank, but most of the parts are one-offs. If the engine manages not to blow up, it will supposedly do 350 mph and 0-60 in 1.8 seconds. Also, it is funded by some people from Dubai. Of course it is. Originally thought to be fake, this car takes performance to a new level.

Nissan created a new cheaper GT-R with the same engine as the premium trim for less than six figures. It doesn’t have the BOSE sound system or titanium exhaust, but those aren’t necessary.

A leaked Car and Driver cover showed the new corvette zr1. 750 horsepower, Chevrolet equivalent to the viper, enough said.

Opinion: The Unseen Public Health Crisis

Brady Rivkin

Disclaimer: This article and any other opinion articles published by the Daniel Wright Voice are not endorsed by the Daniel Wright Junior High School, nor do they reflect the views of the school. These articles are solely the opinions of the students at the school.

In the 21st century, one would think that with the advanced medical science in the United States, the life expectancy would be more than 79. Yet it still stands at 79 due to the many industries that have promoted their products amidst health concerns. Think Big Tobacco, for example. It took until the 1964 Report on Smoking and Health by the surgeon general to fully open people’s eyes to the dangers of smoking, and until 2009 to regulate tobacco with the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act. From this, one can see that the fate of regulations to help aid public health lie in misled public opinion instead of scientific research. Because first impressions have a very powerful effect on people, the misguided research on tobacco, and today, the research on the causes of heart disease and effects of fat, completely dominated the ideas of the people. Anything contradicting what they had first seen, in their minds, was invalid. Since this conclusion can be derived, the American people must look past this fog of a first impression and see that scientists were coerced into downplaying the effects of sugar on the amount of body fat and the risk of diseases, instead blaming it on fat.

Fat has been stigmatized and removed from many food products to please the public. However, “when food manufacturers reduce fat, they often replace it with carbohydrates from sugar, refined grains, or other starches. Our bodies digest these refined carbohydrates and starches very quickly, affecting blood sugar and insulin levels and possibly resulting in weight gain and disease”(hsph.harvard.edu). This replacement is clearly much worse than what fat does. “A 2013 study in the Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care tracked the dairy intake and obesity rates of more than 1,500 middle-aged and older adults. Those who frequently ate full-fat butter, milk, and cream had lower obesity rates than those who eschewed dairy fat”(Time.com). Another study published in the American Journal of Nutrition scrutinizing the link between dairy fat and obesity had 18,438 women participating and found that “those who consumed the most high-fat dairy products lowered their risk of being overweight of obese by 8%”(Time.com). Fat clearly does not have nearly as overwhelming an effect as its substitutes, so it should be placed back in every food product that it has been taken out of, and it should be cleared of all of the false effects that it has been blamed for.

The scientists who study the causes of obesity and related diseases had a major conflict of interest when they were researching. Documents from the sugar industry indicate the effect of the bribes on decades of research including that of today. “The documents show that a trade group called the Sugar Research Foundation, known today as the Sugar Association, paid three Harvard scientists the equivalent of about $50,000 in today’s dollars to publish a 1967 review of research on sugar, fat and heart disease. The studies used in the review were handpicked by the sugar group, and the article, which was published in the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine, minimized the link between sugar and heart health and cast aspersions on the role of saturated fat”(nytimes.com). A bribe highlights in an extreme fashion the corrupt methods of the sugar industry that hijacked public health and caused lasting effects on the American population. Since that happened, the scientists’ research is no longer credible and their studies showing fat as a cause of obesity should be disregarded.

When people have fat debunked as a source of obesity and related diseases, particularly cardiovascular ones, they often turn to another less researched alternative that is cholesterol. They argue that dietary cholesterol has an impact on bodily cholesterol and that overall cholesterol is a trustworthy measure of a person’s risk of disease. According to Harvard University, “scientific studies show a weak relationship between the amount of cholesterol a person consumes and his or her blood cholesterol levels”(hsph.harvard.edu). Furthermore, “the association between dietary cholesterol and CHD risk is, if anything, minor in nature”(ncbi.nlm.nih.gov). (They use CHD as an abbreviation for coronary heart disease.) This renders the arguments that cholesterol in the diet is harmful invalid. Many health professionals like Chris Kresser have picked up on this and expanded on it. According to Kresser, who has a Master’s degree in science, “on any given day, we have between 1,100 and 1,700 milligrams of cholesterol in our body. 25% of that comes from our diet, and 75% is produced inside of our bodies by the liver”(chriskresser.com). Also, “the body tightly regulates the amount of cholesterol in the blood by controlling internal production; when cholesterol intake in the diet goes down, the body makes more. When cholesterol intake in the diet goes up, the body makes less”(chriskresser.com). This secures the fact that the body is entirely responsible for the amount of cholesterol inhabiting it unless a person consumes such an extreme amount of cholesterol that it is over the amount that people should have in their blood. It is astoundingly well supported that blood cholesterol is not altered by dietary cholesterol, so cholesterol is back. Feel free to eat whole eggs!

This expedition into the causes of obesity and coronary heart disease, among other illnesses, is far from over. There is still much research to be done on the effects of fat, sugar, and cholesterol, but there is plenty of evidence already to draw some conclusions. For now, though, health recommendations should be updated to the current research, not the faulty studies from the bribery era. Hopefully, this will cause a downward trend in obesity in America, and people will open their eyes to all research, not only what supports their beliefs. With the proper outlook on food, the public health landscape can be revolutionized easily for the benefit of the world.