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Adored Ambiguity

We have been charmed.  We revel in it.  It captures our interest and imagination like no other quality, plunging our minds into a state of constant suspense.  504 more words


Love the Number Crunch, Not the Crumbs

“I love math.  I love Statistics.  There’s always just one answer you work towards, one number.  And I can make that number mean anything I want along the way.”  – Ben Williams… 349 more words


The Rise of Tolerance

The United States has always been a nation of turbulent social waters.  The very concept of freedom of speech and public unrest has allowed ideas to be tossed around in the intellectual marketplace.  427 more words


Our Opinion Segregation

Segregation in the US has always been a light trigger subject, the topic usually revolving around racial and gender discrimination.  While the issue has by no means disappeared from American society, there has been an alternation in the manner we segregate from one another.  187 more words


Objective Combinations, Not single Morals

Society is built on a set of expectations on how people are supposed to act. Because we expect people to follow these expectations, we can build laws and regulations and allow society to function smoothly. 1,010 more words


All the negative hoopla about President Barack Obama’s remarks at the National Prayer Breakfast on Thursday, February 5, 2015, should stop. First of all, it was a brief reference to the Crusades and the Inquisition, to which Obama alluded in demonstrating that even Christians have engaged in immoral violence. 430 more words

Social Ethics

Crayola Joy Drive - NEGU

Supporting Children who are Fighting Cancer

CRAYOLA JOY DRIVE : Our JOY DRIVE will benefit children fighting cancer in hospitals worldwide. With YOUR help, we can color their world a little brighter! 147 more words

Social Responsiblity