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by / on October 16, 2015 at 1:49 pm / in Education, Society, Uncategorized

Hidden Camera Investigation Reveals An Oil Change Scam

Dishonesty in the workplace isn’t always just between co-workers or bosses and employees. An undercover investigation into an Oil Change & Service chain revealed some shocking and quite blatant FRAUD happening right in front of the customers. Customers were lied to, sold products and services they didn’t need, and in most cases NONE of the work was even performed! Watch […]

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by / on January 3, 2015 at 11:00 am / in Culture, Dysfunctional family dynamics, Editorials, Education, Philosophy, Relationships, Religion, Society, Spirituality

In the Name of God

In the Name of God

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by / on December 28, 2014 at 4:31 pm / in Culture, Education, Miscellaneous, Philosophy, Prejudice, Society

Reverse Racism: A Credible Argument?

Yesterday, I had a discussion with a friend who was upset that he (a white man) had been discriminated against because he “didn’t get scholarship funding for school, but many minorities did because there are special programs set-up to improve their chances to get in for them — but not for him.” He continued on this whole rant of ‘reverse […]

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by / on June 18, 2013 at 9:19 am / in Culture, Editorials, Philosophy, Prejudice, Society, Women's issues

The Weight of Feminism

“As a society, we encourage girls and women to be emotionally accessible, and in touch with their feelings; we say that it’s an innately feminine trait. We say it, that is, until they have feelings that make us uncomfortable, at which point we recast them as melodramatic harpies, shrieking banshees, and basket cases.” – Tori Amos Call me a feminist. Go […]

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by / on January 10, 2013 at 6:00 am / in Country, Culture, Education, Philosophy, Society

A New Generation is Coming To Power: Generation WE

The largest Voting Generational Block in the country – surpassing the Baby Boomers are ‘The Millennials’ a.k.a Generation WE, born between 1978 and 2000 at 95 million people compared to 78 million Baby Boomers. Generation WE is the first generation to inherent a nation in decline. To give you a better sense of them and their mission — The following […]

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by / on December 16, 2012 at 9:10 am / in Country, Culture, Current Events, Media, News, Politics, Psychology, Society

Dirt to Dirt

What other reaction are we supposed to experience when learning of the atrocity committed in Connecticut on Friday? When an event occurs such as the one that took the lives of 27 people at an elementary school just after morning class had started, and when a situation exists that practically mandates for these massacres to happen, why are we surprised? The only […]

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by / on October 14, 2012 at 3:46 pm / in Editorials, Media, Prejudice, Relationships, Society

Amanda Todd: Cyberbullying Out-of-Control

This is the one.  If ever there was one event that got a little too deep under my skin, this is it.  If ever there was one teen suicide that illustrated as clearly as the day is long that it is beyond time for us to stop talking about this and start getting our hands dirty trying to fix it, this […]

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by / on September 22, 2012 at 12:03 am / in Country, Culture, Education, Media, Philosophy, Society

The Devolution from Hunter Gatherers to Consumer Culture: We No Longer Live Life, We Consume It

As a hunter gatherer, we retained the behavior of building the safe base (i.e. the home) and continued the hunting strategy only we now project this impulse on a different platform. We are now the workaholic, grocery store shopper desperately trying to fulfill our needs.

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by / on August 19, 2012 at 4:08 pm / in Body, Culture, Editorials, Society

How to Excel at “Anyone-but-the-Rapist” Blaming

While it’s true that the vast majority of rapes are committed by males, anyone can become a victim and anyone can be a rapist.

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by / on August 11, 2012 at 10:04 am / in Britain/England/UK, Culture, Education, Gender, Government, Media, Philosophy, Prejudice, Psychology, Relationships, Sexuality, Society

Mr. Mulberry

I am one of those unusual anomalies you find when thinking of political and ideological combinations: a male feminist. I proudly follow and support feminist voices, organisations, individuals and legislation in Britain, as well as the international feminist movements (such as increasing awareness of the Republican Party’s war on women, a literal and mainstream example of the inherent misogyny of […]

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