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by jedpogi in Languages, June 10, 2013

Expressing my own thought…

Barry, The Great Emasculator (Editorial)

by tankermone in History, June 18, 2012

Who is this beast that uses power to destroy what he is feeding on, our country?

Why The Contraception Mandate Wins

by Democrat Dan in Issues, April 12, 2012

A look at the supportive facts of the original contraception mandate of the 2010 Affordable Care Act, and why it should have won the argument over religious freedom.

Figurative & Evaluative Language for Writers

by joanwz in Social Sciences, February 14, 2012

Figurative and Evaluative language can be used to expand on definitions and explanations to illustrate a passage in more colorful terms. They invite the reader to a topic from many angles and get a clearer picture of the topic in their head.

How Political Parties are Similar to Religious Extremists

by CrescentSkies in Politics, May 25, 2011

Simply venting my disgust for politicians and religious extremists in one article.

The Blue Agency Gains a Pole Editorial

by lcipri24 in Politics, May 13, 2011

The communication world is moving and with Blue.

How to Write an Effective Activism Letter to The Editor of a Newspaper

by Brenda Nelson in Issues, May 5, 2011

One struggle many activists face is spreading awareness about their cause. One effective way to do this is through writing a letter to the editor of a newspaper for publication.

Saving The Children: Is It Possible?

by MelodianWarrior in Activism, April 3, 2011

Opinion on children living in poverty and our approach to the issue.

Collective Bargaining and Our Unions

by Joda22 in Organizations, February 27, 2011

An opinion on the recent attack on collective bargaining.

Comic Books in The Classroom

by rwlovett in Education, February 27, 2011

An examination of the rhetoric and workings of comic books in the classroom, an editorial which appeared in the New York Times.

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