Will electronic books replace print books?

The ease of electronic publishing makes some believe that form will soon completely replace printed books. People have predicted this for a long time. While the digital side has made gains, it hasn’t been as vast as many originally thought it would be. Continue reading “Will electronic books replace print books?”

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Are the media really the ‘enemies of the people?’

As president of the United States, Donald Trump has engaged in a haphazard campaign to undermine the media through exaggerations and hyperbole. He calls the press the “enemy of the people,” as if he is dictator of the old Soviet Union. Continue reading “Are the media really the ‘enemies of the people?’”

Can the story of a KKK leader-turned-informant help guide us out of apparent racial turmoil?

Another anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s death has come and gone with nary a whisper about its meaning. Sure, numerous conferences attended by diehard conspiracy believers and less biased interested parties marked the occasion. But the significance of the event seems lost on a new generation coping with problems associated with an incoming administration that seems hell-bent towards destroying everything the country has gained – and lost – in the past eight years. Continue reading “Can the story of a KKK leader-turned-informant help guide us out of apparent racial turmoil?”

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