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By: Jeff Herring
So now we are not supposed to say "Merry Christmas" because it might offend someone?This seems to be the big controversy this year, as well as others. A local radio station just had their "burning que (read entire article)
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By: Douglas Bower
I've been wondering lately whether most Americans hold their political views from the hard and exhaustive work of thinking critically, examining arguments, and evaluating discourse. Or, do they merely (read entire article)
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By: Michael Beitler
It is a fact of organizational life: politics influence virtually everything that happens in an organization. Leaders, especially change leaders, must develop political savvy. I am not advocating unet (read entire article)
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By: Maria Grace
Movies exist everywhere and —thank goodness— they are always within our reach. They are the soft padding the mind seeks when reality becomes too hard for us to rely upon. Their horizons are limitl (read entire article)
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By: Martin Wood
Political Correctness or PC to give it its’ shortened and more popular title is now entering the realms of silliness. Mind you it has always been that (read entire article)
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By: Rob Smith
The first published use of the term political correctness was in 1912 in Chapter 1 of (read entire article)
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By: Lisa Lake
I re-entered the workforce after years of being a stay at home mom. I knew that I was good at what I did, but when I first started back in busines (read entire article)
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By: Rev. James L. Snyder
Gary Hemsely was running for some county political position — I've forgotten which one now. What I do remember is that he was a member of my church at (read entire article)
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By: David Ben-Ariel
"The American Diplomat in Arafat's Corner," published in The Jerusalem Report, came as no surprise to me. It was referring to Edward Abington, Jr., t (read entire article)
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By: Garry Gamber
The filibuster as a political delaying tactic has been a part of the American political process since the adoption of the U.S. Constitution. Though i (read entire article)
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By: Terry Mitchell
I'm starting to feel squeezed by all the political correctness being imposed on us by both the Left and the Right. Both sides are constantly trying to (read entire article)
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By: Sharon O Suillibhan
Irish history , Irish politics : from today and yesterday - all 32 Counties !After 830 years of conflict , the Irish quest for a trouble-free isla (read entire article)
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By: George Matafonov
Around the globe, savvy politicians are starting to wear religion on their sleeves. In the last US election, the two leading contenders for the presi (read entire article)
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By: Arvind Katoch
Many times we see lot of people leaving their jobs because they found the work place politics affecting their life. Internal politics involving the people at work place are some times bad and avoidabl (read entire article)
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By: Russ Miles
BusinessWeek expects avian flu vaccine stockpiling by government officials will help the Sanofi-Pasteur company on behalf of Sanofi-Aventis and Chiron. "Tamiflu," it reported is an antiviral manufactu (read entire article)
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By: Russ Miles
Dr. Len Horowitz's Avian Flu Fright CommentaryTo: All grassroots activists, health and vaccination networkers.Please forward this urgent e-mail, to help save lives, to everyone in your network.Avian F (read entire article)
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By: Lance Winslow
Many people ask themselves should I be politically correct? Often it seems that being politically correct is the safest policy for your career, family relations or when discussing issues with friends. (read entire article)
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By: Lance Winslow
Virginia Governors race was a pathetic showing of politics as usual as the debate were constant barbs and attempts to character assonate. These guys did nothing but run around our state and give each (read entire article)
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By: Lance Winslow
Are you quite tired of the political correctness these days, you are literally being deprived of your freedom of speech. You cannot even tell the truth or you will be chastised. If we continually swee (read entire article)
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By: Lance Winslow
The other day I was listening to a couple of Ezine Editors discussing what kinds of articles they would put into their weekly email lists to send out. One said; “Hey this is pretty funny, check this (read entire article)
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By: Greg Jones
As I watch the news on a daily basis, which I have become somewhat addicted to since 9/11, I can't help but to sit back and wish that I was rich. I don't have to be Bill Gates or Donald Trump rich. I (read entire article)
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By: Mark Baber
It's not all doom and gloom in this world of ours, though it seems like it sometimes when you experience too much cable tv or broadcast news.Actually, there is a lot to be thankful for in this loving (read entire article)
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By: David Perdew
I got caught up in the presidential election this year. Everything I read, watched on television or listened to on the radio was tainted by the smell of the election. I felt disgust for my guy, the ot (read entire article)
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By: Terry Mitchell
I'm starting to feel squeezed by all the political correctness being imposed on us by both the Left and the Right. Both sides are constantly trying to infringe on our freedoms by telling us what we ca (read entire article)
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By: Angelique Van Engelen
The number of countries in the world at the moment that are in some form of transition is higher than some ten years ago, and in some ways more efforts are made to resolve situations that threaten sta (read entire article)
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By: Edward Toupin
I hear many complaints daily about the "unfairness" of politics in corporate America. Employees say that their managers "lie" or issue "personal attacks" against them. Indeed, based on the pure idea (read entire article)
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By: Maya Talisman Frost
Don't you love politics?Me, neither. But I do like thinking about politics. And wouldn't you know it? Just when you think you've come up with a dazzling opinion, you find out someone else had that (read entire article)
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By: Lance Winslow
It cities across America water is an issue, the flow is sporadic, either too much or too little. We must stabilize the flow, so businesses can plan, people can feel secure and we will not be caught wi (read entire article)
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By: Geela Parish
The American Dream is the promise to have it all and enjoy it all. It's been glorified and sentimentalized as a utopian goal not just by the media and Hollywood stars, but also by businesses and polit (read entire article)
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By: Naweko San-Joyz
Any teenager will tell you that acne can drive you crazy, but is it dismal enough to drive you to kill yourself? Since its market debut in 1982, enraged parents and lawyers have implicated Accutane in (read entire article)
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