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Do right, even when no one else knows it

Always do right. This will gratify some people & astonish the rest ~ Mark Twain

And some may even call you stupid… (My addition to Twain’s quote)

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Diana Schwenk

August 27, 2014 Press Release, "Statement of William W. Thompson, Ph.D., Regarding the 2004 Article Examining the Possibility of a Relationship Between MMR Vaccine and Autism"

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE-AUGUST 27,2014

STATEMENT OF WILLIAM W. THOMPSON, Ph.D., REGARDING THE 2004 ARTICLE EXAMINING THE POSSIBILITY OF A RELATIONSHIP  BETWEEN  MMR VACCINE AND AUTISM… 222 more words

Surfing for Change

This year I’m taking a class called Social Movements and Media and to say the least I’ve learned a lot. We had a cause marketing assignment, where we had to research anything revolving around social movements. 216 more words

Change

Mexico proclaims: “enough is enough, we are tired!"

Mexicans gathered all over the world yesterday, November 20th on the eve of the hundred and fourth anniversary of the Mexican Revolution to say:

“Enough is enough, we will no longer sit in the shadows whilst the government continues to strip us of each and every right we have as human beings!”

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Random Acts Of Inspiration

This is How America Dies. Not With a Bang, But a Nigger

Yesterday, I heard about our affirmative action monkey in chief’s executive order making it so amnesty could be extended for illegal immigrants with children up to 16 years of age, essentially making them legal.   427 more words

World Issues

Elena Poniatowska: the truth about Mexico

Europe is a culture hub. Paris, Berlin, Prague, Budapest… the list goes on. Over there are the older bearded academics that look upon the world from a pair of pince-nez establishing the rules from a well-deserved throne; nonetheless they do not hold a monopoly on culture. 1,237 more words

Random Acts Of Inspiration

MUN is FUN

Don’t believe the title.
Model UNs bleed you dry. Most people find them to be an unnecessary nuisance, and parents wonder why their children would voluntarily partake in such an intense and demanding activity. 655 more words