Is free expression irresponsible?

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During the course of our class yesterday, people formed different opinions of the first amendment and how it applies throughout the entire conversation. I saw facial expressions change, body language, tone, and hand… Continue reading

Freedom at test in the land of the free

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The debate over the First amendment and freedom of speech today got me thinking about how powerful freedom of speech really is. For one thing, Rev. “Nobody” Jones in his inflammatory threats about… Continue reading

Run And Burn With Freedom Flag by Aleksandra Dukovska

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I like the idea to look back at media behavior on “Burning the Koran” case and to sketch some conclusion. First, I am not challenging the idea of free speech. I am not… Continue reading

Exploring cactuses in “Sonora” desert.

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“If you wanna survive in DESERT, drink and drink water and “Hug CACTI “ I read that ad when I was in Tucson. It was some kind of advertisement with humor for foreign… Continue reading

Self-Censorship

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Something Russamano said today struck me today. He said, “There is very little of that bug of self-censorship in America.” It got me thinking, how much do we censor ourselves in America? With… Continue reading

Trend Watching

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In my marketing class we were recently talking about how a business stays alive by observing new technologies and new trends that could be opportunities…or could put it out of business. I thought… Continue reading

Was it the US Media that killed the Climate Bill?

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One of my focuses of study is sustainability and what often comes up is regret over the recent climate bill not passing, especially after the oil spill had motivated so many constituents. A… Continue reading

The danger of doing opposite by Aleksandra Dukovska

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My opinion is that governments or those who are in power should play very carefully with the democracy instruments. Respect of human rights and rule of law should be in the focus of every constitutional amendment. Recent examples show the danger of doing opposite.

Eid Festival and Pakistani People

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Yes ……sitting In Phoenix ,I can feel that how my country and city people  have celebrated the  biggest Festival of the year Eid-ul -fitr after facing the history,s worst flood situation but what… Continue reading

Tailgating

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I wondered to myself today, “what does the tailgating atmosphere/concept look like to people from other countries/cultures?” I thought that it must seem silly to some (it still does to me) that people… Continue reading

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