Welcome to the Quibbler, the newspaper written and run by Mr. Chamberlin's 1st Period class! We have a special edition this week in honor of the recent Attack on Pearl Harbor. We have decided to dedicate this issue to events and people from our past, to honor them and thier accomplishments. In this edition we still have our weekly "Quibbler Poll," sports, entertainment, letters to the editor, and political cartoons (all of which can be found on the sidebar), but our articles will be focused more on the past. You can find the topics of our essays on the left under this edition's title: Tracing America Through the Ages.
Denzelle Yorksberg All-American advice column, serving up a hot plate of advice every Monday. Quibbler
My name is Margaret and I am a concerned parent. My neighbor is a Japanese man, he is always making kites and washing his old American cars. He wants to give my kid, Johnny Hammertsix, free karate lessons. I am afraid he will try to get close with my family, or the white community, in order to gain information for the Japanese Empire. What should I do?
It may seem hard to believe but not all Japanese-American people are spies for the Japanese Empire. I know plenty of perfectly nice Japanese people, like my barber. But there are 5 easy steps you can take to figure out if the Japanese person near you is plotting against our nation.