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Is President Trump too "Thin-Skinned"

Most people would probably say ‘Yes!’ he whines too much about the media — but given a second thought it’s hard to blame  him.

How would you, ‘Joe or Jane Citizen’, feel if your local newspaper started a campaign of half-truths, distortions, and innuendos just short of outright lies in an attempt to destroy your image and your credibility, and taint your family’s or businesses’ name. 190 more words

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Do By Friday

Woah. Its the PBP’s first breakdown! Since I’ll be putting out a post each Friday, what better show to start with than Do By Friday… 468 more words


Billy goes to Marikana: the staged lives and times of two mining towns

The author Alinah Kelo Segobye recently received funding from the Rotary Peace Centre, Peace Studies Department as a visiting scholar at the University of Bradford in 2016. 137 more words

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A Crime Drama, "Hell or High Water" as an Oscar Contender?

Hell or High Water is a recent contender for the Academy Award’s “Best Picture,” but what about this film makes it qualify for that highly sought after status? 1,309 more words


Tom Hanks and Lost Clothing

Tom Hanks is one of my favorite actors ever.  He’s a fantastic actor and a great human being.

The beauty of a place like Twitter is the ability to see our favorite celebrities as themselves. 586 more words

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History and its "Hidden Figures"

Hidden Figures is a film dealing with the accomplishments of intelligent women of color and their work with the early days of NASA during a critical era during the struggle for Civil Rights. 869 more words


You Never Call

First there was the telephone, possibly the greatest boon to communication ever. For a small monthly fee you could talk to just about anyone, anywhere, instantly. 375 more words

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