Tag Archives: Charity

Streisand Effect Continued

I recently wrote about the Streisand Effect and the Indiana Pizza parlor that refuses to cater gay marriages. While not connected to the situation in Indiana, I thought I would mention this funny news story. Turns out that in Obama’s recent (and poorly … Continue reading

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Obesity Around the World: Still a Blessing in Disguise?

In February of 2010, Michelle Obama initiated her ‘Let’s Move!’ program to help fight the epidemic of childhood obesity in the United States. This move by the First Lady only highlights the recent battle against obesity all across the world. … Continue reading

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History Through the Western Canon

The Truth is rarely pure, and never simple – Oscar Wilde can· on noun \ˈka-nən\ a general law, rule, principle, or criterion by which something is judged. Human progress has been a constant stream of oppression, struggle, death, and finally, … Continue reading

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Ayn Rand and Altruism

My short analysis of a theme from Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged. I am probably going to skip to something else for my next post, but I will probably be doing another down the road. As usual, I am not a … Continue reading

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