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by Dylin Redling If it happened that I didn’t make it in my 20s, is there still hope of ever becoming successful? Yes! I say this because that scenario definitely describes my life: In my 20s: Age 22: Graduated college, got a job selling industrial maintenance products (glorified cleaning products), […]

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by Staff writer We’re told that feminism is about equality, plain and simple. But Jessa Crispin, author of the new book Why I’m Not A Feminist, brings a few other definitions to the table: According to Crispin, feminism is: 1. A fight to allow women to participate equally in the […]

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by Daniel Metivier Like every person ever, I was born an atheist. I was raised a Catholic and was attending Catholic School for a few years but I had issues starting in First Grade. The Reverend Sisters would tell us stories out of the Bible and they would not make […]

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by Staff writer It’s probably suicidal for a pastor to preach on why you should not tithe! Considering most of the so-called pastors we have today are just out for the money than do God’s work, telling members not to tithe would prove risky for the business. Many churches promote […]

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by Sheily Gupta Writers! They come from the lands of broken hearts, rusting showers and stale coffee. They get lost in fiction and most times confuse stories with reality. Their favorite songs are stained with midnight memories and snippets of a forgotten era; they make the broken look beautiful, and […]

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by Jane I have been trying to find work for over four years now. Attended a few interviews, yet nothing happens. I have a loving husband and the most wonderful little boy one can ask for. I feel miserable being a stay-at-home mum not because I want to but because […]

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by Staff writer Do you know that slavery still exists in America? And it’s perfectly legal too. According to the 13th Amendment, you can use slavery to punish a criminal. The amendment states: “Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been […]

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by Daniel Nkado I always try to keep my religious status out of the way, even though living in Nigeria without a religion is nearly an impossible thing to do.  You know, you have to have something you believe in. Something that guides you. A lot of people still think you can […]

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by Ward Chanley We’ve developed conscience and empathy because it helps to ensure our survival. We’re a social species. We organize into social groups, and conscience and empathy are useful at maintaining cohesion in those groups. It’s not at all surprising that natural selection would have selected for those traits, […]

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