I really don’t understand why anyone considers her comments to be inappropriate. Are they saying she shouldn’t be allowed to state her opinion, or that she shouldn’t have one? If it’s the latter….humans are incapable of not having an opinion. Of course every Justice has an opinion and a preferred presidential candidate, and they are […]

Why are 80% of religious people of China Buddhist? Why are 78% of religious people of the United States Christian? Why are 85% of the religious people of India Hindu? Why are 80% of the religious people of Brazil Christian; specifically Roman Catholic? Why are 99% of the religious people of Middle Eastern countries Muslim? […]

Every culture has a name for it….or “them”. The Chinese call it guǐ yā shēn, which translates literally to “ghost pressing on body”. The Japanese call it kanashibari, which means “to be bound”. Mongolians call it kara darahu, meaning “to be pressed by the Black”. In Tibetan culture, it is know as dip-non, meaning “oppressed by a shadow”. In Hmong culture, your experiences […]

If the Digital Divide exists, should educators be worried about it? How does it impact your school or classroom? excerpt from LTEC 3530 – Telecommunications in Education and Industry The digital divide undoubtedly ‘exists’. One can see this is present in our country by observing a large random sample of its people and assessing their […]

Here is a summary of my first day back in Texas… I’m already hating my life again and want to escape this place as soon as possible. I found some free time (first that I’ve had in about 7 months) to explore the Facebook news feed which was filled with an infinite number of friends, […]

I believe that the majority of people lobbying society into a belief that a gene exists which has resulted in ones homosexuality, or in other words; ‘a gene which has direct influence to the outcome of ones sexual attraction’, are doing so because of socialistic norms, negative stereotypes, and ideas which have been superimposed upon […]

What Dictates “Music”? John Cage’s “Experimental Music”, and Milton Babbitt’s “The Composer [as] Specialist” are articles which reflect their opinions on various musical ideologies. Babbitt and Cage challenge many pre-existing ideas of music; how it is structured and formed, how the composer writes music, and for whom does the composer perform for. Cage forms an […]