The Idaho Quadruple Murders: College Student Killings
Four University of Idaho students were fatally stabbed in their off-campus residence in Moscow, Idaho, in the early hours of November 13, 2022. A criminology graduate student was arrested in connection with Idaho student murders. What was his real motive for murder?
Social Control; a Page From My Diary
The study of social control focuses on the processes that society uses to keep social order and cohesion through patterns of pressure. The process by which society works to secure adherence to the dominant values and standards in that society is known as social control. It co-regulates
Who is the iTeam? A group of people who target and gangstalk Christians, Crystal Meth & Drug Users #Targeted Individuals
Targeted Individuals and families suffer at the hands of an invisible enemy, The iTeam. This is the only article online that exposes the iTeam, their name and objectives. This is an ancient group that covers the entire earth. It is what The Bible calls "They", "Them", and "The roaming lion"
Betting on Our Youth: The Perils of Online, Cryptocurrency-Fueled Gambling
The digital age has opened up a world of opportunities for entertainment, one that is fast, convenient, and anonymous. But for our youth, this newfound freedom comes with a dangerous gamble.
The Fine Line Between Success and Failure Is Pretty Thin.
In most cases, failure is an essential tool for success. It has no friends. It's the product, the baby, and the creation of only one person. Success, on the other hand, has many friends. Everyone wants to share in it, including those with fake entitlements.
Four "Unintended" Consequences of California's 2022 Flavored Tobacco Products Ban
In the lastest stupid move, California virtued signaled their moral authority by enacting a ban of flavored tobacco products. Sold to voters as the only way to stop youth from using nicotine, this new law is not only a power grab over individual freedom, it's set to start a whole new black market.
Poopy Toilet Paper on the Bathrooom Floor; A Phenomenon of Immigration
There is a new and gross phenonmenon coming to your town soon. Used poopy toilet paper on the floor in public bathrooms. An unfortunate by-product of the poor sanitation infrastructure of third world countries is now affecting American bathrooms.
Cyberbullying is a form of bullying that occurs online or through the use of digital technologies, such as smartphones, tablets, and computers. It can take many forms, including sending threatening or mean messages, spreading rumors or false information about someone, posting embarrassing photos.
Uncovering the Mysteries of the Montauk Project: The Legend of Camp Hero's Bizarre Government Experiments
The Montauk Project is a strange and enigmatic subject that has received a lot of attention throughout the years. It is supposed to be a series of secret government experiments that took place at Camp Hero, a military station on the eastern point of Long Island, New York.
Erosion of Autonomy For Indigenous Political Systems in the Global South
The colonial process disenfranchised traditional political social systems yet has not totally stifled indigenous perceptions of how a society should be structured.
Tik Tok Banned in America? How This Popular App May Soon Disappear
Tik Tok has quickly become one of the most popular apps in the world, with over 800 million users. However, the app may soon be banned from America altogether. With the government and state administration taking aim at the Chinese-owned company, it is becoming increasingly likely that this beloved a
Distorted Thinking and How to Change Your Negative Thoughts
As a teacher, we teach students how to think about their own thinking. This is a strategy used when learning how to read and comprehend the story on a deeper level and is commonly called metacognition. I use this technique a lot when reflecting on my own life and goals.
The Role of Self-Care in Managing Depression and Anxiety
Depression and anxiety can be overwhelming and debilitating conditions that can interfere with your daily life. Developing life skills, such as practicing mindfulness, engaging in physical activity, finding healthy ways to cope with the challenges that come with these conditions.
9 Ways to Avoid Conspiracy Theories and Misinformation
There is no shortage of misinformation and conspiracy theories on the internet, and it can be difficult to know where to draw the line between truth and fiction.
How Many Hours a Day Do You Use Social Media!!!
Social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter have become essential components of modern life. However, if you are not careful, continual connectivity can quickly lead to addiction. Breaking your social media addiction does not have to be difficult or painful. All it takes is some commitment.
Changing the Future with Gender Equitability
In this article, we'll explore the power of gender equity and how it can change the future. We'll discuss the current state of gender equity and the challenges we face in achieving it. We'll also explore the potential benefits of gender equity and how it can improve our lives and our world.
The Church's Responsibility to the HIV/AIDS Community
UNAIDS depends on the church to fulfill its Christian responsibility of equal love and care to people living with HIV/AIDS, and to those who are at risk. Discretion and sympathy are necessary.
How to Reduce or End Poverty in 6 Ways : Solutions to Poverty
This article will try to incorporate new ways which can be used to alleviate poverty in your local areas or any related areas where people could not offer basic life requirement themselves.
Abiola, Moshood: Curriculum Vitae and Nigeria
Author tries to analyse the very interesting concept of the democracy in the activities of the Nigerian leader Moshood Abiola. The question of reparation and the role of Africans in the development of Christian civilisation requires new approaches. Abiola did.
Embers: The New Name for the Canadian Girl Guides' Brownies
The Canadian Girl Guides' Brownies section now goes by a new name. Some members claimed that the name "Brownies" prevented their decision to join. "Embers", which means "potential waiting to be unleashed," is the new name for children aged 7 and 8.
What Can Be Done to Resolve the Startling Rise in Crime?
The crime rate has increased alarmingly in the past few years. What can be done to resolve this issue? This article will explore the possible causes of this increase and suggest some solutions. The first step in addressing the problem is to identify the causes.
Devolution or Design: Can We Find Meaning in Degeneration?
Think and feel - that's what humans do! But whether we evolve or devolve, depends on our energy.
Removing Defamatory Content From the Internet~Introduction Part 1
In this first post I talk about ways to get defamatory posts removed and how law firms and internet reputation companies handle it.
Death of Mahsa Amini : Woman revolt in Iran
There have been widespread demonstrations against the Iranian government and Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi's attendance at the UN for the past four days in Iran, and this week in New York and Berlin. The women are revolting for their rights with an uproar for the killing of Mahsa Amini.
Dealing With Unforgiveness
This message teaches how to live a life of forgiveness in an unforgiving world as we celebrate the Jewish feast of Yom Kippur which is the Day Atonement, known as the Feast of Tabernacles,which calls for us to afflict the physical body and cleanse the soul in true repentance before God and others.
Corruption: The Worst Impact on Human Health and the Economy
In the war on corruption, the world has experienced ups and downs. The fall of communism and the end of apartheid brought about a wave of democratization that saw stricter anti-corruption laws and transparency being adopted as standard practice by governments and private organizations.
How to Solve the Poverty Issue, and What Role Government Should Play
Today, almost one in ten people live in poverty. The World Bank estimates that as many as 702 million people — about 11.2% of the global population — live on less than $1.90 a day and don’t have enough money to meet their basic needs, such as food, housing, education, and healthcare.