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Can't the Clintons Just. Go. Away.

Hillary has been holding forth on stuff lately. Chelsea has been photo-oped. You can’t keep Big Dog Bill down. And that’s the problem.

If the Democrats are ever to get their act together for the midterms let alone 2020, they have to leave behind the stench of Benghazi and email servers and even Monica Lewinsky. 344 more words

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Mob Mentality & Cyberbullying

This tweet is just one of the many reasons the United Airlines incident is such a disaster for the company. The tweet might or might not be accurate about the release of an app upgrade, but at this point in their PR disaster, it doesn’t really matter. 566 more words

PUBLIC SHAMING BLOG: #IStandWithMonica #Compassion #Empathy #Youwillsurvivepublicshaming

CYBERBULLYING AND SOCIAL MEDIA 

I think that somebody’s comments become cyberbullying when they start adversely affecting another individual.

For instance, Michelle Ferrier, a writer, received many hateful comments from her readers because she discussed her African-American background in the “Daytona Beach News-Journal.” 1,954 more words

About Lee Lohman

End Cyberbullying

After reading and watching all the material that was given to us, it became very apparent to me that all of this could have been avoided with one simple question before hitting the send button: can this post affect anyone in any way? 705 more words

Public Shaming

The unfortunate reality today is that cyberbullying today happens all over social media every single day. There are a number of people who constantly post on social media with no filter and no regard to how their words may affect the person they are talking negatively about. 523 more words

Shamed to Death

Have you ever posted something that you regretted? How about, taken down something from social media because you were embarrassed you posted it? I know I have done that before. 747 more words

[video] CLINTON GRAND JURY TESTIMONY – PART 31

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Part 31 of a series. Executive privilege or the power claimed by the President of the United States and other members of the executive branch to resist certain subpoenas and other interventions by the legislative and judicial branches of government. 34 more words

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