When I left for work at 10:42am yesterday morning, Ben couldn’t ride his big wheel or his beginner bike.
When I got home last night he not only could ride them, he wanted me to raise the seat and tighten the training wheels. 408 more words
A subject that has been brought up in my Media Ethics class quite a bit has been the portrayal of women in media (specifically advertisements). Women in ads are being portrayed more and more as sexual objects and they are seen as primarily thin figured with lean arms and legs. 203 more words
Richard Doerflinger of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops explains in clear terms how the Affordable Care Act makes funds available for elective abortion and violates the consciences of Catholics and other people who hold traditional values. 9 more words
This is the seventh set of reflections on Peter Sloterdijk’s You Must Change Your Life: On Anthropotechnics (Cambridge: Polity Press, 2013). The first set of reflections can be read 628 more words
Close to the end of Darren Aronofsky’s Noah, the movie’s arch-villain, Tubal-Cain, has secretly stowed away aboard the ark and is colluding with Noah’s son, Ham, in order to ambush the boy’s father. 1,776 more words