The headline rundown: Modern popular culture topics in the realm of politics, legislation and activism.
The Motivational Book :- The Ultimate Guide to Decode Emotions, Beat Negativity, Stop Unproductive Thoughts, and Unlock Your Unlimited Potential With Confidence and Charisma
Motivation is the driving force behind everything we do. It's what gets us out of bed in the morning, and it's what keeps us going when times get tough. However, staying motivated can be a challenge, especially when negative thoughts and emotions start to creep in. In this book, we will explore the ultimate guide to decode emotions, beat negativity, stop unproductive thoughts, and unlock your unlimited potential with confidence and charisma. We will also explore affirmations for success and how they can help you stay motivated and focused on achieving your goals.
Power, Poise, and Presence :- A New Approach to Authentic Leadership
Authentic leadership is becoming increasingly important in today's business world. It's not enough to simply have a title or position of power – leaders must be able to inspire and motivate their teams to achieve great things. This requires a new approach to leadership, one that focuses on power, poise, and presence. In this book, we will explore the key elements of authentic leadership and how to develop these qualities in yourself.
The Self-Identity Crisis
Before you judge this article, please read through with an open mind and try to fully understand my stance on this topic. I have done my best to be reasonable and considerate.
The House LITERALLY Divided
The phrase "a house divided against itself will always fall" is a quote from the Bible, and it has become a familiar and powerful metaphor for political and social division. In the United States, it is often used to describe the partisan divide between Republicans and Democrats. Despite their shared history and culture, these two political parties have become increasingly polarized, and their differences have created a deep rift in American society.
Jimmy Carter Short Biography
Jimmy Carter Short Biography Jimmy Carter was born James Earl Carter, Jr. on October 1, 1924 in Plains, Georgia. Plains is a small town located in the southwest part of the state. His father, James Earl Carter Sr., was a peanut farmer and his mother, Lillian Gordy Carter, was a registered nurse. He had three younger siblings: Gloria, Ruth, and Billy. As a child he attended the local elementary school and then finished high school in 1941. After graduation he enrolled at Georgia Southwestern College but left after only one year to attend the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. He graduated from the academy in 1946 with a bachelor's degree in science and engineering.Timothy A Rowland
Losers and Suckers
You all know the story of how the draft dodger-in-chief referred to those who died in conflict as losers and suckers. But then again, how is this not surprising from someone who told John McCain that he wasn't a hero because he got caught (1) or mocked the family of Captain Humayun Khan (2) yet, the Orange Fuhrer himself wussed his way out of any real fighting because of his "daddy's influence, the cowardice of the draft board and the doctor who proved himself to be a quack and falsified his diagnosis.Johann Hollar
How did Sweden manage to avoid war till now?
Sweden is one of the few countries in the world that has been war-free till now. Sweden has stayed neutral in all hostilities for nearly 200 years. This includes both world wars and the Cold War period. But how did Sweden maintain its neutrality for so long? And what compelled it to abandon its neutrality and join the one group capable of bringing war to its porch? 🔒🤫🤫🤐🔒
How would Taiwan use this little weapon to hurt China?
China is one of the world's most powerful countries, with a population of over a billion people, one of the most powerful armies outside of the United States, and a formidable nuclear arsenal. Taiwan is a small island republic that has steadfastly defended its independence for more than a half-century yet is vastly outgunned by its neighbor. But does Taiwan have a hidden weapon in its sleeve that may instantly weaken China's grip on it - and is this also Taiwan's biggest vulnerability? To discover out, read this amazing new narrative! ❗🔩⛔❗
Words That Make Every Injustice Instantly Easier to Talk About
Language is hard. It can be both a necessary tool for liberation and also a barrier — something that we go around in circles again and again without making actual progress on a chosen issue. Some people are so focused on how to speak correctly that they never act: trapped in a prison of their own shame and guilt.Alex Mell-Taylor
Which countries in the globe will be annihilated by World War 3?
The treaties are done, the weaponry are on full alert, and World War 3 is on the horizon. Where is the ideal location to be... And which nations are doomed to be annihilated in the largest global battle in 80 years? Get on this eye-catching revelation to find out which nations will be entirely wiped out! 💣❌🤯Infographics ShowPublished 5 months ago in The Swamp
We Should Be Worried About How The Right Talks About Disney
I love Disney. I listen to its musical numbers on repeat on Spotify. I love traveling to Disney World and going on the rides (Magic Kingdom is the best, obviously). I can obnoxiously hold my own amongst the most intense Disney adults.Alex Mell-TaylorPublished 6 months ago in The Swamp
Cultural Appropriation and Racial Identity
Among many things, the concept of identity is soiled in history, culture and socio-economic power. As second-generation immigrants of the Western world, these aspects about ourselves begin to blur. Thrusted into a world of a different culture, history and hierarchy of power, it becomes the responsibility of society and the individual to sort themselves among these lines. But when our concepts of identity begin to blur, so do our notions of right and wrong-- specifically, our ideas of what constitute as appropriate facets of our identity. As a result, we become lost in a cycle of taking on the different cultures and identities we are exposed to, mindless of the consequences that stem from that process. Consequently, not only does one stray further away from their own cultural identity, but they manage to take on facets of cultures they have no right taking part in, perpetuating the prevalence of cultural appropriation.Aathavi ThangesPublished 7 months ago in The Swamp