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The Meme Toll

The Meme Toll

Social media are an integral part of life for most of us. From Facebook to 4Chan, we use the Internet to share ideas and anecdotes, and to keep in touch with friends and family across the globe. Memes are usually a humorous image, video clip, or text that is copied...

The Ethics of Judgement

The Ethics of Judgement

Recently, I was speaking with a woman who was having trouble explaining to her son why judging people was immoral. She explained that her son believed that, since he felt he led a moral and just life, it gave him the right to pass judgment on those who did not meet...

911 Tribute

911 Tribute

Today is the 16th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the United States. Today, we are personally proud of the United States for not remaining a victim. As individuals and as a nation we will never forget those who lost their lives and the loved ones who will...

The DACA Dreamers

The DACA Dreamers

The temporary executive order dubbed “DACA” — Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals —has resulted in another buzzword...

UN’s Nuke Treaty vs Lamborghini

UN’s Nuke Treaty vs Lamborghini

Quick Facts About the United Nation’s Nuclear Weapons Treaty of 2017, With a Fast Twist. When I first heard the news about the United Nations passing a treaty to ban nuclear weapons, I was more than overjoyed. I thought this was an incredible step forward in the...

Observations for Those Who Desire Power

Observations for Those Who Desire Power

It has come to pass that our species grows weaker as time goes on. This is contradiction to evolution and just by observing the generations making their way into the world we can start to doubt that theory. On a hostile planet such as Earth it’s hard for one to...

Bathroom Phobia

Bathroom Phobia

  Dear Grace, I totally get what you’re saying about empathy. It’s a very powerful tool for anyone. Sorry, but if anyone knows empathy, it’s a...

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