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Why Public Officials Must Overcome The HATRED?

Have we become so accustomed to the atrocities, that, we try to explain – away, these horrendous events, such as attempted bombings, shooting – up a synagogue and/ or church, school shootings, and/ or any of the aggressive hate – filled, assemblies, marches and/ or demonstrations, and/ or officials holding rallies, where they articulate a message, which if not inciting violence against those you disagree with, certainly, seem to embolden, those, most tempted to act – out, these processes/ events? How can, rhetoric, focused on HATRED, bigotry, racism, or proclaiming your adversaries, as enemies of the state, benefit this nation? With…

Quest for Connection

It was 1969! Prime Minister Trudeau was our leader. Singer/songwriter Gordon Lightfoot was topping the charts and Neil Armstrong was the first man to walk on the moon.

Why Trump Is Not to Blame for The Woes and Violence in The USA and Elsewhere

Many are quick to point the finger at Trump for what is happening in the USA. The rise of White Supremacy, the hard-line against migrants, the decline of power, the anger and discontent about his appointments, and so on. He is also changing many things that will take decades to undo if and when he is deposed.

What Is Your Customer Service Worth?

What’s the purpose of customer service? You might think, to fix problems. The thing is, it’s a little more complicated, and affects your investment.

Critical Thinking: Why Do Some People Believe In Conspiracy Theories?

Thanks to the internet, it is easier than ever before for people to not only get hold of information, but to also disseminate it. What this has meant is that no matter what someone wants to know, there is a strong chance that they will be able to find out about it online.

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