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Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Matthew Keegan 
 Article Title :: Michael Jackson's Latest Album Has Flopped
One month after being cleared of sex assault charges, Michael Jackson's latest album, The Essential Michael Jackson, has flopped. In the first week of its release only 8000 copies were sold. At this pace it will take nearly one hundred years to equal his most popular album, Thriller, which has sold 40 million copies. Jackson may have been cleared of all charges, but his fans aren't buying his product. Is this a portent of things to come? Let's look at some of the reasons why Michael Jackson may be long "past peak" when it comes to entertaining in the US.The Michael Jackson Trial got the attention of Americans in the first half of 2005 as the drama was played out nightly on  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Robert Baird 
 Article Title :: Bohemian Grove
“Bohemian Grove is ‘the greatest men's party on Earth’, according to once-regular attendee Herbert Hoover. A secret little getaway for America's male upper crust, the 2-week long annual retreat in Monte Rio, California, has all the luxuries you'd expect of an elitist clique: outdoor plays, an orchestra, delicious food and beverages, public urination, streaking, and human sacrifices, to name a few. Nestled in beautiful redwood forests, every Republican president since Coolidge has partaken in the gala, as well as a host of other huge names in business and politics. {Many of the discussions in the two week festival end up becoming the tenets upon which the bureaucracy and media begin   (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Aderemi Ojikutu 
 Article Title :: In Seach Of Heroes - Matrimonial Heroes (Part One)
Just as our arrival at destination is tied to the supply of fuel, even if we are travelling by a perfectly functioning vehicle, so are our destinies tied to the Heroes in our midst, even though we seem to be doing well on the average.Their absence from our midst is the reason for the reign of 'lack-lustre' mediocres on the throne of our private lives.Heroes are the ones who stir up the innate virtues in us for success. They serve, not really as role models as many think, but as a beacon of greatness that rally us to aspire for self-fulfilment and actualisation. (Afterall, many of us don't really want to be the exact copy of our heroes, we are rather content to know and alway  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Robert Baird 
 Article Title :: Marilyn Monroe and Mary Jo Kopechne
I doubt Marilyn Monroe was anything but a confused star-struck drug-using individual with some gifts and talents that the Kennedy boys enjoyed. But she may have been so obsessed with them that she would have threatened to tell some of what she knew and she did have the attention of the people and media. There was a general lack of knowledge about the nature of JFK’s drug use and sexual shenanigans even after his death. It would not surprise me if this was managed and agreed to, or asked for by the Kennedy clan. They still value their image even though Old Joe has been exposed on Arts & Entertainment. Maybe Maria Shriver and Arnold will make a run for the Presidency. It is important to n  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Lisa Mills 
 Article Title :: Your Stars 2
Leo Some tragic news hits you hard and makes you re-evaluate your entire life. Use this opportunity to think long and hard about the direction you are taking. It’s also a great excuse to spend a small fortune on getting absolutely slaughtered down the pub using the old ’drowning your sorrows’ chestnut. Out of all bad there comes some good eh?Virgo A really dull month for you Virgoans, or whatever you’re called. With little money, your friends all away on holiday and no Countdown on the telly anymore, why don’t you turn your boredom into something constructive and……I dunno……invent a new board game or something. What do you mean it’s a rubbis  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Randall Curtis 
 Article Title :: Saturn: Your Challenge to Become An Expert
The true meaning of Saturn is that he is the teacher of the deeper lessons of life. Therefore, what he demands is that you learn your life lessons so well that you will never forget them. If you do learn these lessons well, you will become an expert and can teach others what these valuable lessons mean.If you know nothing about astrology, these words may sound strange. In this case, it may help you to realize that the planets are reflected in our unconscious as archetypes. This is what the great psychiatrist, Carl Jung, discovered. This means that the actual planets in the heavens are living inside of you as specific energies. These magnetic energies flow through the chak  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: John Anderson 
 Article Title :: The Saga of Puffed Wheat Anderson, A Minnesota Legend
I have no idea how old I was when I first learned about the famed Minnesota scientist and inventor Alex P. Anderson, AKA Puffed Wheat Anderson. My Dad told me about him when I was eating a bowl of cereal, you know, the one that’s shot from guns. Or doesn’t Quaker use that line any more? They sure did when I was growing up. I'd hear it a dozen times in a half hour when I used to listen to Sgt. Preston of the Mounties as a six-years-old. I naturally wondered if he was a relative. He wasn't, but I couldn't imagine how shooting rice or wheat out of a cannon could make them puff up.I thought of that again as I was shopping in Byerly’s, a local grocery store, and happened to pass b  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Robert Baird 
 Article Title :: The American Melting Pot Myth
Most myths have some element of truth in them. The ‘melting pot’ that media of all sorts (which includes our propaganda in law and education) tell us became America, is another of the half-truths or superficial observations which deserves a little study if we are to accept the deeper potential meaning in it. John Hope Franklin of Duke University is a respected Black scholar who says some powerful words after pointing out the kind of thing that media managers or manipulators galore have said about the open-minded American with no reason to bring prejudices to this new and exciting land of opportunity. I would point out that it was not so new and historians like himself have participate  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Jerry Boone 
 Article Title :: To Quote or Not to Quote
"By necessity, by proclivity, and by delight, we all quote." Quotation and Originality 1876 Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882) American poet and essayistShould we express our own thoughts in our own words? Or should we delight in repeating the sentiments of others? Disraeli, Johnson, Behan, Churchill, Wilde, and Emerson all voice their opinions in quotes on quotes. Even the book of Proverbs stakes out a position.* "The wisdom of the wise, and the experience of ages, may be preserved by quotation." Benjamin Disraeli (1804-1881) British politician and statesman* "Classical quotation is the parole of literary men all over the world." Samuel Johnson (1709-1784) English   (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Robert Baird 
 Article Title :: Zorro
ZORRO:Timon of Athens. But most often they wrote in code or refused to write at all. They actually taught through techniques and disciplines which made people truly know what can be and how to become adept as individuated parts of the collective or ‘nous’.Michael Rivero has a few words to ponder - "Many people prefer to believe their leaders are just and fair even in the face of evidence to the contrary, because once a citizen acknowledges that the government is lying and corrupt, the citizen has to choose what he or she will do about it. To take action in the face of a corrupt government entails risks of harm to life and loved ones. To choose to do nothing is to   (read full article)
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