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Five Years of Living with Diabetes - tUG The strange truth is that being diagnosed with diabetes is one of the best things that has ever happened to me. The Candidates and Foreign Policy - ReThink This week, we look at the different approaches the candidates take on America's interactions with the rest of the world. Do Children Enjoy Violent Cartoons?
Seven Lives Many Faces - tUG Michael Cretu proves with his seventh Enigma album that his work is still relevant and important, even if they don't play his stuff on the radio anymore. Magill discusses the prevalence of logical fallacies in political thought. Black Heritage - tUG The news media reflects and encourages racial anxiety in America, which is obvious if you look at the story of Trayvon Martin. A Skeptic's Take breaks it down.
Rise of the Planet of the Apes - tUG Is this latest attempt to reboot Planet of the Apes another failure, or is it a clever new take on a beloved franchise? Other Mlive up to its predecessors? The Candidates and Science - ReThink Where do to presidential candidates stand on scientific issues?
The Unapologetic Geek shares his views. Here are the best and worst of all time, according to the Geek. Are Airport Security Checkpoints Necessary?
The Solo Gamer discusses the possibilities. Rethinking Gun Control, Part 9: And why would a young boy have a toy named Buzz?
Are Airport Security Checkpoints Necessary? When Skeptics Become "Deniers" - ReThink Skepticism is a virtue, but when even skeptics start throwing insults, have politics gone too far? Black Heritage - tUG Even though America has elected a president with black skin, we still have a long way to go to eradicate the racial divide in this country.
Do Children Enjoy Violent Cartoons? Spree Shootings - ReThink Even if firearm homicide rates appear relatively flat, many insist that so-called 'spree shootings' are on the rise. Senate, the GOP leaders are indistinguishable from Democrats. The Story of John Freshwater - tUG Is the story of disgraced science teacher John Freshwater a case of academic oppression or an argument for homeschooling?