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Has Anyone even taken into Consideration..?

Has Anyone even taken into Consideration..?

 What it is that I am referring to is the inadvertent (we hope) mistake of reenactment of the peculiar institution… 522 more words


Colonel Tim Collins' pre-Iraq invasion speech: to teach or not to teach?

One of our sessions today was taught by a teaching fellow at my university and centred on formal spoken language and the use of speeches… 914 more words

Aristotelian Rhetorical Triangle

Do You Trust Her?

Watching this video, one would be hard-pressed to think of HRC as anything other than a supremely trustworthy presidential candidate. Here we have diverse constituencies represented–among them a self-professed nerd, young girls, a Bernie supporter, the elderly, immigrants, and LGBTQ–all painting Clinton as a no-brainer choice. 102 more words

Clinton As Subject

Finding meaning in a circular mandala

You might remember the piece on, Why Doodling Is How I Enter My Zen Mode and Why You Shouldn’t Judge It,’ from September.  Where all your preconceptions on doodles and coloring went out the window (hopefully), well now its time to focus on introspective thinking that has more meaning then just some circular drawing. 511 more words



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Nobel Peace Prize winner and author Malala Yousafzai was greeted to the stage of the Moda Center in Portland on August 30th, with a standing ovation and an eruption of applause. 974 more words


Predicted Success for President Hillary Clinton’s Foreign Policy In the Middle East

Hillary Clinton’s first introduction to the Middle East was in January 20, 1993 as first lady of the most influential country in the region The United States of America. 1,481 more words

Clinton As Subject

Hillary Hate Dank Meme Stash

*For this exploration it was my mission to create a dank meme database, in which to analyze the rhetoric of Hillary hating Bernie supports*

Hillary Clinton has been in the public eye for an extensive amount of time, serving her country in a variety of political positions- First Lady, Secretary of state, New York senator, activist, and practicing attorney. 1,408 more words

Clinton As Subject