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The crash no one is talking about
... secret to business is to know something that nobody else knows." –
Onassis A severe collapse is taking place — just not in the area nor in the way anyone is really paying attention...
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The right has f***ked up minds: Meet the research...
Yet, to some, these arguments seemed to gloss over, or even just outright dismiss a wide body of data, not dogma, from decades of previous research. While people were willing to consider new...
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Remaining open minded I would like to offer some thoughts on collaborative efforts to assist those in our community who are without homes. I believe there is a need for all of us involved with these...
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What Is the Present?: Is part of us always in the...
It’s pretty easy for me to reflect on the past or dream about the future, but what is the present? How does the human brain perceive the length of the present? Do we live only in the present, or is...
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On Selfies vs. Self-Portraits and Universal Beaut...
For those following the Beauty Class, this post is about the first two portfolio assignments. One of the primary methods of learning in this course is the creation of portfolios in which students are...
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Eternal Plans cites top sellers in 2014
Eternal Plans, celebrating its 34 years of committed service, has recognized its top sales associates during the grand annual awards night on Tuesday at the Citystate Tower Hotel in Ermita,...
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Juan Edgardo Angara
We must defend science if we want a prosperous fu...
Today's Australians are, by far, the best educated cohort in our history –- on paper, anyway -– but this is not reflected in the quality of our political discourse. We appear to be lacking in courage,...
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Singing the praises of Major Zaidi
Syerleena Abdul Rashid pays tribute to a true patriot who was willing to risk it all to expose a broken electoral system. Modern day heroes: Major Zaidi Ahmad and Adam Adli Growing up, everybody had...
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Of liberal arts, governance and ‘of’
Editor, Lincoln, Socrates, Plato,
, Washington, lay with the broken pieces of the past. When I was a boy, I was fascinated by those sculptures that once graced the facade of the old Vine...
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New Technology Proves Vital To Alaska’s National ...
New Technology Proves Vital To Alaska’s National Weather Service Forecasters Today we’re doing the weather. Dave Snider is a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. He does a daily statewide...
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Book review: Up for some ancient Chinese wisdom?
Michael Schuman, a former writer for Time and The Wall Street Journal, is the author of an excellent new study of Confucius, the ancient Chinese sage. He tells us that Confucius (551 - 479 BC),...
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John Henry Newman
University of Notre Dame
OpEdNews Podcast: James Bonnet, author Stealing F...
James Bonnet, author Stealing Fire from the Gods: The Complete Guide to Story for Writers and Filmmakers James was a very young actor in the movie that gave me nightmares as a kid-- The original...
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Adam and Eve
What You Don't Know About History's Most Famous S...
It's easy to take the wonders of modern science—gene technology, particle physics, robotics—for granted. But it took a long, hard road of experiment and discovery—and failure—to make these leaps. In...
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Schermerhorn: Have we dropped the ball on ethics?
Many of the high schools in McHenry County have programs such as “Choose Respect” and requirements for community service. Maybe our schools could do more. It’s hard to fit extra subjects into the...
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John B. Fairchild Dies at 87
NEW YORK — John B. Fairchild, who transformed Women’s Wear Daily from a trusty but tedious trade publication into a provocative, powerful and whimsical international force — along the way pioneering...
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Louis W. Fairchild
30 days of bugs: How one blogger turned to creepy...
DESPERATE celebrities are all over our televisions munching insects in a bizarre attempt to cement their fame. But some people are choosing a creepy-crawly diet because it’s healthy and...
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Stephen McGinty: Brave Victoria Cross recipients
Stephen McGinty: Brave Victoria Cross recipients Lance Corporal Joshua Leakey speaks to the Sir Nicholas Carter. Picture: PA FOR Valour. The understated inscription on the Victoria Cross marks the...
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Nigel Gray Leakey
United States Marine Corps
M'boro-born man wanted to help 'awesome' Kurdish ...
... Kurdish people are awesome. That's why I want to help them." With these few words, Maryborough-born man turned freedom fighter Ashley Kent Johnston tried to explain to a journalist what put him...
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This Is Not What I Want As a Defense of “The Huma...
Yesterday was Founders Day at Union, celebrating the 220th anniversary of the granting of a charter for the college. The name of the event always carries a sort of British-boarding-school air for me,...
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Here's the Real Reason Behind the Market's Social...
There's a quintessential behavioral finance experiment that can provide some insight into this. Imagine you're told you must chose between these two options: A, you receive $100, while a colleague...
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