During the General Motors bailout crisis the public sentiment was one of enragement concerning government intervention. Notably, for some the outcry was [seemingly] there goes the government again sticking their nose in where it does not belong, however, for many with jobs at stake the intervention was one of relief from vast layoffs within the […]

Abraham Maslow (1954) wrote a basic satisfaction-progression model which adapts to the philosophy of Humanism. Conversely, the humanism approach would show that all people are basically good people, even with the absence of religious thinking; that is, all people [without thought to religion] have the ability to pursue and maintain basic needs. The hierarchy of […]

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Originally posted on FOX31 Denver:
XINXIANG CITY, China — Two people were killed and three were injured after a woman dropped her cellphone into a sewage pit in China. The South China Morning Post, reported that happened after the woman went to use an open-pit toilet and dropped her new phone. Her husband tried getting…

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Originally posted on FOX31 Denver:
[ooyala code="t4Mjc4bjotL-_PncxpezD1z-6g9bEBLl" player_id="47658b6fe4a043a48f5296392ce1db7f"] TRENTON, N.J. — A truck driver charged in a weekend crash that killed a man and injured comedian Tracy Morgan and others in New Jersey was awake for more than 24 consecutive hours before the incident, a criminal complaint filed in the case says. Kevin Roper, 35,…

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Originally posted on National Post | News:
Cynics are three times more likely to develop dementia than those who have faith in humanity, a study has shown. Believing that others are motivated by selfishness, or that they lie to get what they want, appears to radically increase the risk of cognitive decline in later life. [np_storybar…

Originally posted on Documentary Photography Links:
From “The Rape of a Nation” Story by Marcus Bleasdale Congo is a continuing human tragedy. It is fourteen hundred and fifty tragedies every day. It is more than that if you include the orphaned, the bereaved, the widowed, and all the ripples of truncated lives that spread from…

An American Journalist and Humorist once wrote, “The Job of the newspaper is to comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable. (Steele, 2002, Para. 1). In this view, the role of the reporter is two- faceted: 1) the reporter must shake up those who are comfortable, and 2) the reporter must comfort those who need […]


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