For Ever labeled

Too Many Labels, Not Too Smart

Set the control to ‘labels’, I mean self-destruct. (updated, Monday, August 14, 2017) Does anyone notice the extensive use of labels by the media? (updated, Sunday, August 13, 2017) And now, a message from the Catholic corner: Let us try not to use labels. Why? There was an editorial I read that carried that message […]

global reality

Globalism, Global Elites and Global Warming

Globalization and Its Relation to Global Warming Globalism is bad in other ways. Many individuals are aware of the term global warming. Whether they hear about it from the news, or just personally witness the unusual climate changes occurring around or close to them, they encounter minute impacts of global warming daily. However, most do […]

Pop Culture Addiction

R.I.P. Aaron Hernandez

To Pop Culture World-Wide: Today’s wisdom; You can take the kid outta the hood. You just can’t take the hood outta the kid. For me, America is the hood. We are taking in the storm of media more than realizing what’s going on all around us. Be an observer. Every time you go out; take […]

A Look At Natural Law In History, Religion And Politics

Po Is Unleashed Again! A Government Based In Natural Law. noun 1. a principle or body of laws considered as derived from nature, right reason, or religion and as ethically binding in human society. (from Dictionary.com). As opposed to positive law? noun 1. customary law or law enacted by governmental authority (as distinguished from natural […]

The Art Of Corporate Doublespeak

dou·ble·speak ˈdəbəlˌspēk/ noun deliberately euphemistic, ambiguous, or obscure language. “the art of political doublespeak” synonyms: equivocating, evasion, dodging, beating about the bush, pussyfooting (around); jargon, double-talk, gibberish, gobbledygook; informal-speak, -ese, -babble “they throw in just enough doublespeak to make you forget that they’re trying to sell you something you don’t really need” Preached from up […]