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A Crisis in British Democracy?

Prompted by an intriguing question from a colleague, I just found myself in the position of trying to set out, in one paragraph, the big overarching theme from all my lecturing and teaching on British politics. 746 more words

Democratic Theory

Julie's Week 8: When Disaster Strikes...

Well, the last two weeks have been a mess. A slushy, icy mess. With a big frozen turd stuck directly in the middle.

My university called a grand total of five (!) “snow days” (this is southeastern Arkansas, so it was more like some sleet, ice, and a light dusting of snow). 399 more words


You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies. Psalm 23:5

In 2002, I was being laid off from my job at the end of spring semester in a two-year college. 317 more words


post-modern crisis

recently, I have gotten into teaching life lessons on here

a role I have never claimed to be any good at

not that there’s any need for me to get defensive about it since nobody has voiced anything to the contrary but… 314 more words


A Tweet can be Sweet if You're Feeling the Heat

We live in a world where everybody wants everything in real time. Twitter’s development has extensively increased the demand for instant information. This creates a new challenge for dealing with crises because our publics are expecting immediate feedback in regards to whatever happened. 211 more words


No Identity Crisis

One of my numerous poems.

The King of indescribable Majesty, He is the Everlasting Lord,
The Mighty Warrior, battling the nations, from His mouth emerges a double-edged sword, 760 more words