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Seeing Red

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Redhawk logo designed by Eric Wahlquist

I have lately had the privilege of simultaneously seeing both a big and small town way to resolve controversy over the name of a sports team. Continue reading

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Filed under Ethics and Morality, Self-Esteem

Controversial Films (Part One)

Clansmen, Commies, Catholics and Climaxes

“What am I, Gandalf of Arabia?”

All movies are propaganda in the sense that they try to persuade the audience to believe that what’s on the screen is “real”.  It’s always an illusion. Continue reading

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Rethinking the N-Word

If you don’t think there’s a right time and place and purpose for every word, you and I have a serious disagreement. Continue reading

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Filed under Communications, Emotions