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Trump election: Oh the humanity

We are approaching the holiday season following an election where the man whose most important contribution to America was choosing the winner of Celebrity Apprentice is set to take on the duties of President. The weather is getting colder and […]

Trump election: Oh the humanity

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We are approaching the holiday season following an election where the man whose most important contribution to America was choosing the winner of Celebrity Apprentice is set to take on the duties of President. The weather is getting colder and […]

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November 8: The day the media died

Hillary Clinton won the popular vote, which mean it’s safe to assume most people are upset by the results of our presidential election. If that’s not enough proof, I

Election 2016: All-American risk

The best-case scenario is not always worse than the worst-case scenario. Neither does one eliminate the other, as it may in fact precede the situation to come. Take this

Looking up in America

“My wife said I can’t watch the news anymore,” said my white-haired Political Science professor. “It makes me too grumpy. I get all worked up.” A man who taught everyday

Elections 2016: Conservatives Are Trump stumped

No one is bored this election season, but no sane American is more than two stressors away from a Xanax either. With the GOP rightfully torn over their choices (vote

Debates and voting indiscretions

After the first presidential debate, you may be tempted to vote for a third party candidate: Gary Johnson. And that wouldn’t be ideologically unsound. However, there are only three good

Colin Kaepernick: A sit down touchdown protesting the National Anthem

Jersey Sure: Protesting the National Anthem Everyone likes a good protest. Hell, people will settle for a bad one. But a good protest with controversial methods makes for great headlines. A

Charlie Brown: Or why being bad at something can be good for you

Lev Vygostsky introduced a now common term in Child Development courses called the “zone of proximal development,” often shortened to ZPD. This theory states that children learn best when

Holy Remake, Batman! A simpleton’s thoughts on Ben Hur

... and why atheists would make better religious epics. From the producers of the Selfie stick comes the lesson that you can be too close to something to have a good

Women entrepreneurs: Sugar, spice, and everything business-like

  Cher Murphy of Cher Murphy PR recently published an article detailing “5 Challenges Every Minority/Women Owned Business Must Hurdle.” The article could also have been titled “5 Things Male

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