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Editor’s Note

To our readers, The following is an account of the events of and leading up to the May 1st assassination of Osama Bin Laden. This was a covert operation overseen by the American Governments Central Intelligence Agency. Information for this … Continue reading

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Two Sides of the Same Coin

Two Sides of the Same Coin Who the heck are we? Reading “The View from Mrs. Thompson’s” by David Foster Wallace brought this question to my mind once again. Wallace’s whole essay is infused with the completely opposing ideas of … Continue reading

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Just Human

Just Human             We as humans like the image of the villain. A simple clear evil indicated by a twirled mustache, over applied make up and lacquer nails, or pale skin and snake slit nose. We accept all this happily … Continue reading

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Whose Fault is it Anyway?

In the Greek myth when Heracles faced the Hydra he discovered that no matter how many times he decapitated the beast another two heads would grow back. The creature’s only weakness was that only one of its heads was immortal … Continue reading

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Cavalleri and Wallace’s Diagram

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Reflective Essay

Annabel Wallace Y:1 The New Normal Decade Professors Bakich/Griffith September 11, 2011 Reflective Essay The most essential theme in Reza Aslan’s Beyond Fundamentalism, is the idea that we live in “a world in which identities can be gained or lost … Continue reading

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Chapter 4 Group 4 (Continued)

  p. 86 “This is a modern fantasy constructed primarily upon the pseudo historical musings of the Calvinist theologian Rousas John Rushdoony, whose best-selling books The Messianic Character of American Education and Intellectual Schizophrenia launched the Christian nationalist movement in … Continue reading

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