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Boy! I am opinionated! (Week 5 of Master Keys)


This week in Master Key our assignment, along with a ton of reading was to be a silent observer. We are to have no opinions, other than that whereby we are asked for our professional opinion. 361 more words

What's Your Story?

Most of us are familiar with the phrase, “those three little words.” But I believe that most of us including me, until recently, have been wrong about which three little words they were.  915 more words

Gary Culley

Frontier, Angel or Demon?

The class concept I would like to relate to is manifest destiny, the ideology of the inevitable expansion of the American settlers throughout the continent; and the frontier, being the outcome of expansion, to bring “civilization” to a new land. 170 more words

Preview: Manifest Destiny #13

The third arc of Skybound’s hit adventure series sails into new territories

A hit historical fantasy adventure series from Skybound/Image, MANIFEST DESTINY by Chris Dingess and Matthew Roberts sets sail for all-new adventures in its third story arc. 104 more words


Manifest Destiny and Lebensraum

I have been reading a little about World War II lately.  I have always been fascinated by World War II.  It was a time when the world teetered on the brink of insanity.   521 more words

How NOT to Apologize: as demonstrated by the Daily Wildcat

Wildcat response to letters of outrage regarding use of the term “Manifest Destiny”. Wildcat in quotes and Daily Douchecat translation services in bold.

“Thank you for sharing your concerns.” 277 more words

Re: Manifest Destiny

Recently, my school newspaper – a paper that I once held pride in working for – ran a headline that insinuated that manifest destiny was: 1) a great period in US history that has no present-day implications; and, 2) is something a family of UA legacies is proud of because it led to their educational endeavors. 1,189 more words