Category: sociology and anthropology

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Dear readers, Fletcher here again, this time to offer you a movie review of the recently released Wonder Woman by Warner Bros Films, directed by Pa ...
  By Jessica E. Lane   I once read, from an undoubtedly unreliable source, that 70% of all statistics are made up on the spot.  In ...
NCCP research shares that while the calculated number of children in America has been about the same since 2008, more of our children today are likely ...
For those closest to me, this should come as no surprise that this would be my introductory article. However, all personal beliefs aside, it is so ...
I’m a liar; a fake; a phony. I am a shell of what I used to be. The makeup, the hair, that’s all I have left. That’s my mask. And I wear it so well ...
My heart is broken. Big Ben, literally, the b-i-g quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers is unsure of his return next season. There will be no St ...
In this episode, we take a look at a few odd topics and some headlines from the Dylann Roof and the death penalty, to legalizing marijuana, to flag bu ...
What's one of the longest wars the United States of America has been involved in? It's not the Afghanistan war, not the war on poverty, not even the w ...
When most of us think of John Glenn, we think of the American hero and legend that was the first man to orbit the Earth back in 1962. We th ...
Free Fallin’: To Bra or Not to Bra I always said a man must have invented the bra. Who else would take pleasure in the torture of gazillions of w ...
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