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Phony Appeals to Fallacies of Pretentious Squeals Featured
By Randy Gonzalez · 7 months ago
In the aftermath of a horrendous human tragedy, such as a murderous event, fascination and even puzzlement finds curiosity with regard to fearful emotional reactivity. The living find refuge in fearful and debasing emotional reactivity. ...
Why Addiction To Fame And Celebrity
By Sarah Donalds · 7 months ago
Are Narcissists addicted to being famous? Answer: You bet. This, by far, is their predominant drive. Being famous encompasses a few important functions: it endows the narcissist with power, provides him with a constant Source ...
Rally 'Round The Flag? We The People
By Christopher Szumilas · 8 months ago
February 2020 With the impending political and military activity due to the actions surrounding the US Embassy in Iraq, now is a good time for citizens to sharpen their "observatory lenses" when assessing the United ...
Pathology of the decadent Few
By Randy Gonzalez · 8 months ago
Several hundred years "B.C." or "B.C.E.", warnings emanated from Grecian culture about the necessity for wiser instigations to enhance civilization. Yet, that is only one point of reference, as there have been many for which ...
The Wiener Theory – Human Devolution Query
By Randy Gonzalez · 8 months ago
Meanwhile, in the adventures of the pseudosciences, an interesting proposition rises with stiffened resolve to take notice of post-modern maladaptive behaviors. With a turgid state of insistence, the unrelenting willfulness for actors in the social ...
Mera Jism Meri Merzi--Negative Feminism
By Shahid Abbasi · 9 months ago
Mera Jism Meri Merzi--Negative Feminism by Shahid Ali Abbasi The all-pervasive notion of Mera Jism Meri Merzi in Pakistan needs a deep and careful analysis. On the surface. it looks simple and gives an easy ...
The Town That Was Washed Away: 8 Years After The Great Tohoku Earthquake (a photo essay)
By Limarc Ambalina · 11 months ago
In the North-Eastern part of Honshu (Japan’s largest main island) lies Miyagi, a prefecture that was devastated by the Great Tohoku Earthquake of March, 2011. March 11th, 2011 2:46 pm JST I was in the ...
Nicolle Stinson is called to Ministry
By Nicolle Stnson · 10 months ago
I recently published "Girl Let's Read Your Bible Notes" which is for sale on Amazon. Many people were shocked when this was published and when the sales sky rocketed. I, Nicolle Stinson, have been questioned, ...
The Least Worse Presidential Candidate? Trump, Biden, Sanders, Warren, Yang, Buttitieg, Bloomberg?
By An Ho · 11 months ago
It is widely known the upcoming 2020 Presidential election will be the most important election in our generation. President Trump, isn't exactly earning the approval of the majority of Americans and the Democratic Party does ...
BookMARKlove Charity program by a group of international exchange students from University of Malaysia (UKM)
By Mei Peng Stella Ho · 1 year ago
Eleven international exchange students in Bachelor of Business Management were involved in the program at the UKM's Faculty of Economics and Management. It is a new experience for international exchange students to learn about corporate ...
Europe suffers from excessive care on the part of the U.S.
By Adomas Abromaitis · 1 year ago
Historically, the U.S. perceives the EU as a developing organization which needs guidance and advice. Though just a few years ago Europe seemed more united and found consensus more easily, the United States managed to ...
How to Properly Insult a Democrat- Voters Guide for GenXYZ, Millennials and some Boomers too.
By Axel Thomas · 1 year ago
If you have an overwhelming desire to control our climate, vote Democrat. But can you really predict the climate when our planet is spinning at 1000 MPH, revolving around the sun at 67,000 MPH, moving ...
U.S and World News Headlines
By Phillips Carter · 1 year ago
There's a mole on Mars that's making NASA engineers tear their hair out. No, they haven't discovered a small, insectivorous mammal on the red planet. The mole vexing engineers at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in ...
U.S and World News Headlines
By Phillips Carter · 1 year ago
The Hollywood Park stables were quiet that night. Gail Ruffu had planned it that way. It was around midnight on Christmas Eve, 2004, days before the winter racing season would start at Santa Anita Park, ...
Who really defends the Baltic States?
By Viktors Domburs · 1 year ago
About 500 U.S. troops arrived in Lithuania in October. This news is widely discussed all over the Baltic States and Europe. The issue of permanent NATO presence in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia has been discussed ...
Newsweek USA
By Neil Kook · 1 year ago
Newsweek is an American weekly news magazine founded in 1933. Newsweek was a widely distributed newsweekly through the 20th century, with many notable editors-in-chief throughout the years. Newsweek was acquired by The Washington Post Company ...
The latest UK and World news
By Phillips Carter · 1 year ago
She's the humble Scouser who has gone from living in a council house to working as the Queen's right-hand woman at Buckingham Palace. And although Angela Kelly's upbringing could not be more different from her ...
Two-faced Lithuanian politics
By Adomas Abromaitis · 1 year ago
Lithuania continues attempts to support the image of a democratic state and at the same time not to lose foreign military support. On September 26, Lithuanian President Gitanas Nausėda made his first address at the ...
The Sun News
By Neil Kook · 1 year ago
The Sun is a tabloid newspaper published in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. As a broadsheet, it was founded in 1964 as a successor to the Daily Herald; it became a tabloid ...
The latest US and World News
By Tahmina Cristofer · 1 year ago
Sam Montgomery lives in the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles, with her wealthy widowed father Hal, who runs a popular sports-themed diner. Feeling Sam needs a mother, Hal marries a vain gold digger ...