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Why GMO Labeling Is Completely Ridiculous

Why GMO Labeling Is Completely Ridiculous

The debate over the labeling of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) is fundamentally a political contest between the advocates of science and the voices of populist alarmism, fear-mongering, and completely ridiculous misinformation. Labeling proponents have made deeply dishonest claims and illogical arguments to advance their views, tactics that compare very poorly with a substantial body of […]

Americans Not Drinking Their Fair Share [Satire]

Americans Not Drinking Their Fair Share [Satire]

Amid all the talk of inequality and social justice, the mainstream media has deliberately ignored one of the greatest disparities faced by this nation today; many Americans are just not drinking their fair share. Credit goes to the Washington Post for shining the light of truth upon this continuing travesty. In an in-depth investigation published […]

DreamWorks Animation May Soon Be Owned By Japan’s SoftBank

DreamWorks Animation May Soon Be Owned By Japan’s SoftBank

DreamWorks Animation may soon be owned by the Japanese company SoftBank. SoftBank is in talks now to acquire the company. Masayoshi Son, SoftBank Chief Executive, it seems is intent on expanding the company’s exclusive content by adding DreamWorks Animation (DWA) to its roster. Jeffrey Katzenberg, DWA founder, has been looking for a buyer for his […]

George Clooney Wedding to Amal Alamuddin May Bring Wonderful Surprises

George Clooney Wedding to Amal Alamuddin May Bring Wonderful Surprises

George Clooney, the leading man of so many good movies and heartthrob to scores of women around the globe, will marry the beautiful Amal Alamuddin just hours from now. Love is in the air and much fascination. It is fun to think of the romance and the fairytale wedding plans, complete with the bevy of […]

Banned Books Week: Do You Believe in Banning Books?

Banned Books Week: Do You Believe in Banning Books?

  The American Library Association (ALA) has released their list of banned books for 2013 and this latest list is both varied and surprising. It is the teen and young adult books that have incited the current hubbub as the “TeachBannedBooks” hashtag sweeps Twitter during Banned Books Week, which runs through Sept. 27 . For example […]

Just What Is Normal, Anyways?

Just What Is Normal, Anyways?

I have the unique privilege of teaching teenagers, and on occasion, I am gifted with an opportunity to give these teens some insight into the world in which they live. We have all been told it is normal to have a partner – a boyfriend or girlfriend, when we are teenagers – and eventually go […]

Physical Exercise Improves Parenting – Here’s 8 Ways How

Physical Exercise Improves Parenting – Here’s 8 Ways How

  You’ve heard that physical exercise can increase health benefits and reduce stress, but did you know that spending time each day working on the body can also improve your parenting skills? That’s right, physical exercise can make you a better parent and here is why: 1- Nourish the Self First Taking time each day […]

Emma Watson One of the Most Intelligent Young Women in Hollywood Today

Emma Watson One of the Most Intelligent Young Women in Hollywood Today

I confess, I have been a huge Emma Watson fan from the time she stepped into Hermione Granger’s shoes.  With her mane of shaggy curls and fierce stare, it was not hard to see why the young actress was chosen as the wizarding world’s most powerful witch born to Muggle parents.  She was instantly captivating […]

Polly Bergen Paved Way for Female President

Polly Bergen Paved Way for Female President

The articles on death of actress Polly Bergen on Saturday at age 84 brought up her groundbreaking role as the first female widely seen at President of the United States. Now, when there have been several women who served as a female president (on the screen, only!), it is hard to realize how groundbreaking – […]

Is Floyd Mayweather Bad for Boxing?

Is Floyd Mayweather Bad for Boxing?

From age 10, boxing is a sport I loved to watch. Conditioning and superior skills created an event which had my eyes tightly focused on the television. Once in a while, a match was boring, either because one of the opponents was highly overmatched, or because neither fighter was aggressive. That is what I see […]

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