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And They Will Answer for It

An illustration of journalism and media propaganda, by Henry Van Dyke:

“Suppose I undertake to prove the wickedness of marriage as it exists in the city of New York. 384 more words


The Truth Shall Set You Free

When I was younger, I would awaken every morning with a fresh memory chalk full of the previous night’s dreams.

These days, I am lucky if I remember even a sliver of what I dreamt the night before. 736 more words


The look of a liar

The other day my seven-year-old told me a blatant lie. He wasn’t trying to hide the lie but instead immediately asked ‘did you notice the twinkle in my eye?’ Somewhere along the way he’d heard that twinkling eyes are a good indication of lying and he wanted to test me out. 953 more words



It has been almost 2 months since I found out my husband cheated. A little less than 2 weeks ago something came over me and I decided for the first time since I found out my husband cheated on me to snoop through his things. 750 more words


Political Vocabulary - The Art of not being committed

One of the latest rumours doing the rounds ahead of tomorrow’s Budget is that the Chancellor will relax the Sunday trading laws – in effect making Sunday not different to any other day in the week. 479 more words

Political Engagement

as the dust settles...

I’m going home in a couple of days.  I need to get back to work.  More importantly; I need to face my life head-on.  Hiding at my sister’s house is nice but not a viable long-term solution to my distress.  310 more words


Science is so scientific isn’t it

Accounting professor gets 30 retractions of his papers after misconduct finding.


in 2014, a university investigation concluded that Hunton fabricated data in two papers and may have destroyed evidence. 304 more words