Political Manipulation through Ideology
By: Karen Quinn-Tostado
Reuters and the Associated Press are the 2 branches from which our global news flows. All of it. Both are privately owned by the Rothschild family, who, coincidentally enough, are also members of the private banking cartel who own the federal reserve. During the Napoleonic...
The impact of religion on human behavior
By: Michael Cannata
Since people first stood upright, nothing has had a greater impact on humanity as religion. Even in today's modern age, with technology and science revealing new and wondrous secrets about the Earth and the Universe around us, religion still holds sway over some of the...
The impact of religion on human behavior
By: Cody Hodge
I feel really bad for God. He seems to be a great guy, full of life, and really cares about the people that work for him here on Earth. Unfortunately, he seems to be poorly represented on this planet. For ages, there have been men...
Dysgenics: A serious threat?
By: Laurenc Devita
"Dysgenics" is not really a scientific term, but word that betrays a class value. It claims to describe a situation where people with "bad" qualities are more represented in the population than people with "good" qualities. Implicit in the word are middle and upper class...
By: Janet Grischy
Imagine a world in which we are all a beautiful uniform golden tan. Everyone's black hair is slightly wavy, and everyone has an identical tilt to their almond eyes. Men are five foot seven, and all women are five foot four. Assimilation has reached its...
By: Cody Hodge
Boil down all the worlds problems? While it seems to be a very complex question, the answer is really quite simple. The answer is that despite all the good we want to do, human beings are not perfect. We try to do what might be...
Hope: The great illusion of man
By: Christa Nwokedi
Illusions and hopeWhat is an illusion: a living picture show of your desires, an image of our goals, an illustration of our temptation, foresight or procrastinations, wishful thinking or the capability to plan ahead, visions of changing rules, regulations, or habits?Illusions for each and...
By: William Menna
Functionalism is one of the core perspectives of sociology. Sociology examines the contexts in which people live and how these contests affect them. In essence, sociology examines the question of why the world is the way that it is. Functionalism, along with conflict theory and...
The hypocrisy of racism
By: K. L. Hosking
Discrimination, prejudice and racial profiling are alive and well. Discrimination in the workplace, gender and religious discrimination, and discrimination based on sexual preference; as if that is anyone else's business!Migrating to the United States from Australia was an easy transition though. Coming from an...
What would the world be like with 2 billion people?
By: Eric Goudie
What would the world be like with 2 billion people in it? Maybe it would be a lot like the world the last time it had 2 billion people in it.According to charts and articles on Wikipedia, the Encyclopedia of Death and Dying, and...

 

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