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Daily Riches: Encountering Others in Love (Johannes Baptist Metz)

“Every stirring of genuine love makes us poor. It dominates the whole human person, makes absolute claims upon us (cf. Mt. 22:37), and thus subverts all extra-human assurances of security. 352 more words

Loving Well

#AfroSapiophile: Professional While Black


On this episode of the #AfroSapiophile we are discussing what it means to be professional while black in America.  The event on Delta Airlines with Dr. 95 more words


Fake News

The other day, I noticed an article posted on a computer security web site that was about fake news.  The author wanted to identify fake news sites… 790 more words


The Final Say

This is the fifth and last week of TheVote’s run as an educational site created for COM 495. In attempting to teach other politically clueless students like myself about politics, I’ve learned some things along the way. 390 more words


Visible Markers of Difference

Recently I spent a weekend in the Crown Height, Brooklyn – a Hasidic neighbourhood.

As I walked to and from my friend’s apartment, I was surrounded by men in black suits, white shirts and hats or yarmulkes, and a few women in long skirts. 377 more words

Sexual Advances And Donald Trump

I scanned an article on one of the media sites this morning, and learned that Donald Trump is now accused of some type of inappropriate conduct with over 100 women. 463 more words

Politics And Government

Should Journalists Have To Declare Their Political Biases And Donations?

Belief that the media is biased is one thing that unites conservatives and leftists in America and Britain. So why not demand that journalists reveal any political affiliations upfront, to give us better context for their reporting and commentary? 1,574 more words

US Current Affairs