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A "Progressive" COVID Crisis Marilyn M. Singleton
Category: Words & Images Published: November 2020
"California Gov. Gavin Newsom established . . . The Equity Metric, whereby restrictions stay in place until the test positivity rates in its most-disadvantaged neighborhoods are no worse than the overall county rate."
 
A Declaration of Linguistic Independence Richard Lederer
Category: Words & Images Published: March 2011
Sixteen years before he became the nation's second president, John Adams proclaimed, "English is destined to be in the next and succeeding centuries more generally the language of the world than Latin was in the last or French is in the present age."
 
A Lifetime in Words Llewellyn D. Howell
Category: Words & Images Published: September 2020
Was it really that long ago? The years, the people, the events . . . it all goes by so quickly. Why it seems like only yesterday that we. . .
 
D.C. Swamp Spreads its Wings Marilyn M. Singleton
Category: Words & Images Published: January 2020
Most people want to control their own lives, even if that does not fit the government blueprint. The insanity from the Left is patently sick and sickening. It is about power at any cost and not what can help move the country forward.
 
Diagnosis: Dereliction of Duty Elizabeth Lee Vliet
Category: Words & Images Published: May 2018
"The Democrats' one-size-fits-all solution--more government control with more restrictions of citizens' rights--is the same for every diagnosis, whether the problem is with banking, medical care, or violent behavior."
 
Fake Research for Fake News Sarab Kochhar
Category: Words & Images Published: March 2018
 
Herblock and Fellow Artists Respond to Their Times
Category: Words & Images Published: May 2019
"…Herblock's cartoons provide a call and response with other socially-engaged artists who have wielded brush, pen, burin, and pixel to express their viewpoints and engage with many of the same issues."
 
Lions and Tigers and . . . Cougars? Oh My! Sarah Zay
Category: Words & Images Published: November 2010
"While independence can help create a confident older woman, it is the physical appearance that propels them to cougarhood. . . . It is all about the looks."
 
On the Graves of Soylent Green Marilyn M. Singleton
Category: Words & Images Published: November 2019
In an effort to cut carbon emissions from burials and cremations, Washington, led the staunch environmentalist Gov. Jay Inslee, has become the first U.S. state to legalize human composting.
 
Seeking a Higher Order of Communication Geoffrey Tumlin
Category: Words & Images Published: September 2016
"By focusing on what you want to accomplish instead of what you want to say, you will keep your conversational goal in its rightful place--above your feelings in terms of priority."
 
The #MeToo Backlash Karla Jo Helms
Category: Words & Images Published: July 2018
The #MeToo movement has been effective in raising awareness of sexual misconduct in the workplace--and that was needed, but without a new solution being proffered other than penalizing the offenders, it has moved to stoke fear, suspicion, and insecurity.
 
The Words of a Pandemic Kristina Makansi
Category: Words & Images Published: July 2020
"How do certain terms and phrases . . . Become part of the zeitgeist so quickly and so fully?"
 
Thread by Thread Marilyn M. Singleton
Category: Words & Images Published: May 2020
"This pandemic has to become the opportunity to change the U.S. from a free, energetic, resourceful individualistic society to an authoritarian, collectivist society of broken souls addicted to government largesse."
 
Trust Misplaced? Darrell Bricker
Category: Words & Images Published: January 2021
Around the globe, 82% of adults indicate that the news they read, watch, or listen to comes from trustworthy sources. Two-thirds of respondents say they have easy access to news they have faith in.
 
What Sticks & Stones Can't Do, Facebook Will--and More! Sarah Zay
Category: Words & Images Published: March 2011
". . . Cyber bullying . . . is faceless, impersonal, humiliating, demeaning, and potentially dangerous to a teenager's mental health."