Working As A Senior
I think the truth has finally set in for a lot of Seniors. The truth being that they will have to work beyond the age…
A World Without Steve Jobs
I never met Steve Jobs, I wish I had the chance to talk to this genius and to get a glance of his personality. I would…
Ugandan President Makes A Statement
“Terrorism should not exist in Africa.” Africa’s history is rife with stories of terrorism in the past, Congo,…
PC David Rathband - Who Really Killed Him?
On 4th July 2010, PC David Rathband was a normal policeman out doing his job. Everyone was on a higher alert because…
A Senior Perspective
The rhetoric never seems to change. Paul Ryan and the House Budget Committee have brought a budget resolution to the…
Where Is The Money?
Questions I have asked myself since these power mongers stole trillions of dollars from our world: Where is the money?!?…
Pure Opinion Articles (454)
The MAC King Has Died! Long Live the King
His arrival was timely. The era of Thomas Edison like inventors had sprung anew. Only the outward appearances had changed  Now there were young college entreprenues that were translating established forms of communication into a personal experience with NO HOLDS BARRED! The sky was the limit and the only restriction…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Oct 06, 2011  
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Are You Ready For A Police State
When the Federal Government starts spying on its citizens and harassing them for something you may have said, that is the beginning of a Police State. When police can arrest you and hold you indefinitely without charging you, that is the beginning of a Police State. If you are not…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Jun 03, 2011  
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Thrift Store Shopping: Great Deals Right In Your Hometown
A lot of people these days LOVE to shop at Wal-mart and the mall and K-mart and all these chain stores and think that $20 for a hoodie that barely fits is a good deal. Well, for those that only have $20 to their name, such as I, think that…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Mar 08, 2011  
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Violent Video Games And Children
Today I came across a topic in the news that really resounded with me. A decision has just been made by the California Supreme Court to not ban retail stores from selling violent video games to minors, i.e. children under the age of 18. Again, they decided NOT to ban…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Jun 28, 2011  
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The Sagacity Of Art
Overcoming the Threshold of Censors via the Soul's Sensors Define art. Art is the transmutation of that which is abstract into that which is material, or it is the transformation of that which is felt by an artist beyond the ordinary realm into an observable form or practice. Art may…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Nov 30, 2011  
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Is Investment Parenting A Waste Of Time?
Are you the sort of parent who pushes your child to do all sorts of activities? According to Dr Caplan, a well known parenting guru from the George Mason University in Virginia, America, if you do so then you’re probably wasting your time. In his new book to be published…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   May 16, 2011  
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Charlie Sheen Gets Fired And Ready to Make A Change In His Life
Charlie Sheen gets fired via text message. That’s the latest, and I’m sure there is more to come. In recent weeks, the world has been watching the “Charlie Sheen debacle” and today there is another story added to the mess. Last week Sheen created a Twitter account and in less…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Mar 08, 2011  
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Ipad mini Rumor or Fact
From  IPods  to  Iphones  Apple  products  have  always  seemed  to  amaze  the  customers. Apple has not only  out done itself with its computers the Mac and Mac book pro. Apple  is now come out with a newer  and  better  Iphone. The  Iphone  4s  not only has a sleeker look but…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Oct 17, 2011  
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The Latest Super Injunction - Privacy Laws Through the Back Door?
Another day and another super injunction. The UK newspapers are full of discussions about the latest super injunction. Yesterday judges put in place a super injunction to protect the family of a well known married actor who has allegedly been having an affair. The judges have said that this injunction…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Apr 21, 2011  
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Juggernauts: the Ultimate Bullies
The term “juggernaut” refers to any group of people, organization, or team capable of crushing any opposition. In other words, a juggernaut is a very powerful entity. In our corrupted world, a modern day juggernaut demands blind faith and obedience, to the exclusion of individual rights. It is not merciful…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Jun 19, 2012  
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Tips to Achieve A Dream Home Through Remodeling
1888 PressRelease - EcoMinded Solutions offers the best tips for a successful home remodeling project. Most Americans want to have a home that works. In fact, 85 percent of homeowners feel that a walk-in pantry is a high priority, 93 percent want a laundry room, and nearly the same amount…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Jan 22, 2014  
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Hard to Feel Sorry for Celebrity Pay Cuts
So why are celebrity pay cuts interesting news?  It's not like us common folk feel sorry for them.  Seriously though, what are we supposed to feel?  Excitement?  Joy?  Sadness?  Shock?  Maybe shock... for a second, then we're all good. Recently in the news, there's been that NBA lockout for 2…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Oct 13, 2011  
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Where Is The Money?
Questions I have asked myself since these power mongers stole trillions of dollars from our world: Where is the money?!? How much do they have to take from you before you baulk? Does this "world crisis" really seem all that mysterious to you? If you put your hand in front…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Mar 11, 2012  
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Poor Communication Skills Force George Entwistle And the BBC to Part Company
It wasn’t really a surprise when the announcement came yesterday that George Entwistle and the BBC had parted company. The former Director-General had decided to do the ‘honourable thing’ and resign from the post that he’d only held for a couple of months. What an ignominious end to his short…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Nov 11, 2012  
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Queen Visit to Ireland
The queen of England went to Ireland to lay a wreath for all that have suffered there. This is the first queen visit to Ireland or for any other existing British loyalty for that matter since 1921. Security found some devices that could have exploded marring the royal visit, but…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   May 23, 2011  
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My Bragging Rights
The online Urban Dictionary, state that the words “Bragging Rights” means, “The rights granted to a person that allow said person to boast about themselves to a certain extent without being looked down on for it”. Now it is my time to brag about an event that happened to me,…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Jul 08, 2015  
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Why Ron Paul?
With the Iowa caucuses just two weeks away, Texas Congressman Ron Paul has taken a surprise lead for the 2012 Republican Presidential nomination. Public Policy Polling shows Paul leading 23% to 20% over former MA governor Mitt Romney and blowing away former front-runner Newt Gingrich who has collapsed to just…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Dec 20, 2011  
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Free Museums Show Rise In Visits
It is interesting that "Free Museums Show Rise In Visits". The blatantly obvious reason is that it's free. It's not really. Someone always pays - usually you and I. However, we do see two clear things in amid this phenomenon. 1. There is a public interest in museums. 2. Visits…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Dec 01, 2011  
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Daily News Flash - There Are No More Good Samaritans Out There!
I recently lost my phone at a fairly busy location. Well, I didn’t really lose it per se, I know exactly where I left it. I only realized this, one hour after I’d walked away from it! Honestly, when I first realized I had walked away from it, after a…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Apr 17, 2012  
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Is Nicotine Good for You?
By trying to demonize tobacco to inform smokers of the potential health risks, governments and anti-smoking agencies have given a bad reputation to nicotine without any real research having been done on this chemical. After all, nicotine was used as an insecticide in the past. So nobody wondered how it…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Jul 22, 2013  
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Our World
Men of God, this world is coming to an end. Step foreward and lead your children. They cry for the truth. Let them know the truth. We are now in the end days. We must face each crisis together in order to live one more day. Give of yourself to…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Jul 26, 2011  
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Did Whitney Houston Die
Whitney Houston has been an American icon for nearly three decades, her songs have been on the top of the charts since she came on the scene in the 1980s. Her voice has been the corner stone of her mega success and this is why she her death has brought…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Feb 12, 2012  
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7 Out Of 10 New Zealanders Looking for A Job
I was absolutely amazed to read on Yahoo! last week at the number of Kiwis looking for jobs. Unemployment is far too high in our country (something like 4%) but 7 out of 10 people looking for a job tells a much bigger and sadder story than unemployment. This article…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Apr 24, 2011  
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Edsa I Amidst Impeachment Trial
Last Saturday our beloved country being freed from a dictatorial regime celebrated the 1986 Edsa Revolution or Edsa I -in the midst of the ongoing Impeachment Trial of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. This impeachment trial is the result of the excessive closeness and being a midnight appointee…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Feb 27, 2012  
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TV Political Commercials
I recently wrote an article on the annoyance of political ads on television. At this time, it was only in anticipation of the onslaught of political advertising that was to come. I had all the right reasons from being annoying to being outright lies. My argument was that something should…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Aug 23, 2012  
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Donald Trump Demands to See Osama Bin Laden Death Certificate
Donald Trump Demands to See Osama Bin Laden Death Certificate or There is Nothing Like a Good Conspiracy Theory Conspiracy theorists the world over will never ever be satisfied or that was the gist of President Obama's speech when he made his own announcement about the death of Osama Bin…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   May 05, 2011  
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When Did It All Change?
When I was a kid, we walked to school every day by ourselfs or with friends and along the way we did what kids do have some fun on the way to school with each other. It is now 2012 and kids are driven to school in the car or…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Jul 19, 2012  
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How to Become A Demanding Columnist?
Media has been playing a vital role in bringing the facts to the society by digging out incidents and facts. The journalists risk their lives to reach the fact, and sometimes, they have to face serious consequences. It needs energy, enthusiasm, courage and passion to reach places, areas and crime…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Dec 18, 2014  
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Why Are Americans Really Protesting
The Article That Started Me ThinkingI recently read an article submitted to CNNTECH MONEY by guest columnist Fred Wilson. He told the story about wandering on to Times Square in New York recently among the protesters and seeing the huge police presence which was quite unsettling to him. He admitted…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Oct 26, 2011  
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Money on the Sidelines
I heard the news today about the cash reserves that Apple has and it got me thinking. I wonder just how much money is setting on the sidelines. I did some research and the amount of money held in reserve (cash) for just the top 10 technology companies is staggering.…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Mar 21, 2012  
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