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Always Remember

This morning, on Facebook, I see a fourteen year old child post a status saying “here we go again w the stupid sept 11 statuses. it was 12 yrs ago, get over it.” This is so incredibly sad to me that I feel the need to blog about it. Of course, this boy was a … Continue reading

National Police Week

National Police Week

May 15th is National Peace Officers Memorial Day and the calendar week in which May 15th falls is National Police Week. It began yesterday and will end on May 18th. Police Week pays special recognition to those law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty for the safety and protection … Continue reading

Westboro Baptist Church coming to Alabama

I’ve always said that if they ever came anywhere near my home to protest, I would like to do something cool like this to stop them. The Westboro Baptist Church has announced plans to picket at the University of Alabama on May 18 to “remind them of the wrath of God that visited them two years … Continue reading

Green & White

It may be a little late for this, considering it’s 8:30 in the morning, but everyone wear green and white today to show your support for the survivors from Sandy Hook Elementary School, and for the families of those that were lost.   Also, if you would like to mail sympathy cards or letters of … Continue reading

NYPD Officer’s Kindness

I’m sure that everyone has seen this story by now, since the story has been all over news stations and Facebook. But I thought I’d share, since this is what being a police officer is all about. A tourist took this picture of a NYPD officer giving a homeless man a pair of shoes. The officer … Continue reading

“Legitimate rape” comments don’t pay off. Shocking, right?

“Legitimate rape” comments don’t pay off. Shocking, right?

It’s no secret that many politicians say absurd things about women’s reproductive rights. Apparently, voters don’t approve. Representative Todd Akin and Indiana Republican Senate hopeful Richard Mourdock lost their respective races last night. If you’re wondering, Akin was the guy who made the comments about a woman’s reproductive system shutting down and preventing pregnancy if … Continue reading

Obama & Persuasion: How to Become President

This is yet another recycled psychology discussion question, as I seldom have time to do “real” blog posts anymore. Please keep in mind that I don’t necessarily support Obama just because I wrote about him for an assignment. This paper does not reflect my political beliefs. Identify a figure from politics, religion, business, or television who is … Continue reading

September 11, 2001

Apparently I have offended one of my followers by not writing a post about 9/11. My apologies. I’m a full time college student who works almost 30 hours a week. I don’t get paid to do this blog, nor do I any longer get school credit for it. I simply had other things on my plate. … Continue reading