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'Bias much?' Stunning contrast between CNN and FNC Ferguson news alerts [screenshot]

Can you spot the difference?

The difference in two news media alerts. pic.twitter.com/i6v63bqqqr

— Kinlaw for President (@Kinlaw2016) November 25, 2014

Real subtle, CNN.

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Who Are You?

A good question. And a question everyone needs to be able to answer. And also not a question a lot of people can actually answer in reasonably, comprehensive fashion. 572 more words

Learning Curves

We owe it to our planet, ofcourse! - tricky brain makes us think we are greener

Excerpts from The Washington Post :

…According to recent psychological research, these outwardly symbolic displays of green values are, if anything, too powerful. They can fool outside observers into thinking that we’re a lot more environmentally conscious than we are. 101 more words

The Ferguson Ruling: Progressive America’s Hypocrisy

The courts ruled that there is not enough evidence to indict Darren Wilson, and America has responded with anger. I do not know whether Wilson is actually innocent or not, but regardless, the public’s response is unjustified. 950 more words

Tommie Thompson

Ferguson Reaction

Never before have I paid as close attention to a political controversy as I have with the Ferguson Crisis. Tonight, my roommates and I were huddled around a computer (cable is expensive) watching the verdict on whether Officer Darren Wilson would be charged with any sort of crime in the death of Michael Brown. 626 more words


Everything in life is addictive; really, everything.

The first thought inspires a second look.

The second look, an affirmation.

The third reveals an addictive part of our nature, curiosity. 104 more words


Is Your Diversity Training Inclusive? #diversity #training #inclusion #SaturdayNightLive

Saturday Night Live likely produced some hard core laughs with a recent satire about diversity training, but the stereotypes the skit uncovered need to be addressed if diversity training is to have value – and not end up a joke.