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I said last article that the discussion on whether comic books constituted proper literature was a topic for another article. Three guesses for what this article will be about. The problem is the art – the words alone do not a piece of literature make, as the argument goes. But literature is art, so therefore comic books are literature.
Somewhere a professor of logic is yelling at the paper. So sue me, politics are slow right now. Sure, I could write about the Senate position in Massachusetts, but I’ve done Democratic incompetence to death for now, so I’m moving on.
WANTED: Male or female, preferably male, minimum 35 years old, who wants to help others. Position consists of long hours, travel, relocation, time away from the family and absolutely no privacy. Your past, present and future will become everyone’s business, so those with skeletons in the closet need not apply.
Everyone around you will critique and judge everything about you, from your ethics to your razor burn. Everyone will be overanalyzing every word and hand gesture for hidden meanings. Trust no one, they are all waiting to stab you in the back while they shake your hand. You will start off wanting to leave a legacy and make changes, but none of it will come true. Everyone will know your name and your face. You will be talked about in every history and civics class from here to eternity, no matter if you succeed or fail. Interested parties should apply within.
Congress’ debate over healthcare continues and though you may be sick of it at least you’ll have a chance of being insured if they pass it.
As of May 2010, no restaurant in Michigan will be able to sell cheeseburgers. Cheeseburgers are full of saturated fat and hormones from corporate farms, are unhealthy to the general public and therefore drive up the cost of health care.
Two years ago, during the Democratic primary, then-candidate Barack Obama borrowed some words from his friend, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick, in defense of his theatrical tendencies.
I am writing this in response to the Students for Social Equality protesting the U.S. aid to Haiti, something I find disgusting.
You walk out of your house to throw out the trash one Monday morning in grey sweatpants and a baggy T-shirt. You see your neighbor in a nice dark suit do the same in his driveway. He looks over and smiles, but then takes a better look at your clothes and cringes a little.
Over the last few weeks, I have heard many people talk about what President Obama has not been able to do.
This past week, thousands of Japanese people came out and protested the continuing presence of our military base in Okinawa.
Two years ago, democratic candidate Barack Obama commanded the stage. He was bold and theatrical and quite a talker.
“Don’t tell me words don’t matter.
Dear Mr. Hendricks,
I have little interest in a petty squabble over ideology with a student of political science.
It seems strange there has not been much made about the political quagmire of same-sex marriage since the middle of the Bush administration.
As President Obama’s first year in office comes to a close, many have analyzed what he has and has not accomplished in his first year as well as what he plans to focus on in 2010.
Apparently President Obama is making a habit of ripping the GOP a new one. Which is fun for me because not only do I enjoy it, but also it usually comes with an idea for change.
In the past few weeks, I have heard very disturbing comments about the new indoor multipurpose facility.
Some experts believe a civilian trial for 9/11 mastermind Khalid Shaikh Mohammed in New York City would end up costing close to $1 billion.
As the east coast enters a new Ice Age, and Michiganders contemplate migrating south for the winter, the debate over health care reform continues.
When the Obamas moved to Washington more than a year ago, quite a few things changed in the White House. There were new residents, a new staff and a new dog.
What is usually the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word? Be honest with yourself. No one can hear your thoughts. Do you know what a hijab is? Do you know why it has to be worn?
As I’m sure you are aware, we face the midterm elections this year, and there is some pretty interesting stuff going on in Washington. Polls now show the country is feeling harshly anti-establishment.