Monthly Archives: November 2015

Non-offensive speak is offensive

Come on.  Admit it.  You roll your eyes every time you hear something like “He’s esthetically challenged” when you are really thinking “Whoa that guy is ugly!”  Or, you wince when you hear “she’s handicapable” when you are really thinking … Continue reading

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Tis the season for offending, defending and diversity

There was some animosity between the Holidays at the Holiday After Season team party this year.  Thanksgiving, and to a small extent Veterans Day, were upset that once again Christmas decorations appeared in retail stores immediately following Labor Day. They … Continue reading

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People can whine and cry all they want.  Every action has a consequence

The vast majority of college students across our nation today are able to handle injustices without resorting to childish behavior.  That is not true for a group of students at the University of Missouri that are protesting over racial incidents … Continue reading

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Affordable Care for the one percent not the way to go

Ever throw a party and no one came? It seems 65 percent of those eligible for health insurance subsidies under the Affordable Care Act are failing to claim them, according to a new study from researchers with the Robert Wood … Continue reading

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