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Pope Francis gifted the world with ten tips for happiness on July 27th, 2014, based on his personal experiences, lived wisdom, and a keen insight that seems to extend beyond popeliness. Continue reading
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Banned books seem like a thing of the past, pushed by paranoia and fueled by fears of moral corruption. But many books are still banned on national and localized levels. Why?
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President Obama has called the US government – and in particular, the Obama administration – the most open and transparent in the world. Continue reading
Political debates can be informative, entertaining, and sometimes cringe worthy. Unfortunately for some, they are also quite permanent.
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In the newer version of the board game Balderdash, a category exists on “laughable laws,” for which players must complete the law in a believable way to earn points.
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In July of 1990, a landmark act was signed to ensure equality for America’s largest minority group: the disabled. Technology has, for the most part, followed suit.
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