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We Live in a Name-Calling Culture!

Like a nightmare revisit to Junior High, we are now bombarded in the media with people calling other people by ugly names. It is not only tolerable, but in some circles, quite fashionable to refer to others by using derogatory titles. 685 more words

Today's Ann Coulter Letter: "The Left’s Dirty Little Secret – Cleaned By Rosa!"

Commentary by Ann Coulter  | Wednesday Jan 17, 2018 3:27 PM

URL of the original posting site: http://humanevents.com/2018/01/17/the-lefts-dirty-little-secret-cleaned-by-rosa/

One thing no liberal will ever turn down is the opportunity to get a standing ovation for accusing  814 more words


Eagle Bancorp's CEO calls Aurelius Value "Shrewd Scumbags"

CEOs who come under attack by activist short sellers often don’t know what hit them.

The guiltiest among them often lash out with personal attacks against their critics. 233 more words

"Is the verbal abuse and name-calling too much?"

So, I was having doubts about my relationship, I would say for probably a few months, prior to when I finally kind of just took a stance, and said that I didn’t want to be with him anymore. 384 more words

Advice Needed

"He calls me a dumb fuckwit"

Me and my bf have been together for 4 months. He is 30 and I am 21. We met on tinder on my 21st Birthday. Things have been going pretty great, but we have been having some crazy problems that do both of our heads in, and he says I have ruined his weekend. 600 more words

Advice Needed

Texting kids and the current social climate

Everyone knows that siblings bicker, fight, and argue, right? Sometimes they insult each other, too. I happen to have a boy and a girl so I’m privy of this little irritation especially during the winding down of something – approaching a break, a change in grade or sports, some major event. 1,812 more words

Prude Shaming -- The New Slut Shaming?

We’ve all agreed that slut shaming is disrespectful. It’s a big no no in this world that we live in today where we are trying to create change and make our actions match our words. 244 more words