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  • How to Achieve Your Goals By Creating an Enemy DJ Khaled, the one-man internet meme, is known for warning his tens of millions of social media followers about a group of villains he calls “they.” “They don’t want you motivated. They don’t want you inspired,” he blares on camera. “They don’t want you to win,” he warns. On Ellen DeGeneres’s talk show, Khaled urged ...
  • The Final Solution: No News is Good News Here are some recent news stories on WCBS-TV, the station which serves the New York metropolitan area whose nightly ll:00 PM broadcast is anchored by Maurice DuBois and Kristine Johnson (and let’s not leave out their erstwhile Beach Boy resembling weatherman Lonnie Quinn): “Absolutely the Best Sheets You’ll Ever Sleep In,” “Take the Hypersensitive Person ...
  • A Lamentation From Bill Moyers I thought CNN was taking a courageous stand against White House lies. I was mistaken. Well, I certainly got that one wrong. Based on news reports, and after two phone calls to check them out, on Tuesday I wrote a column saluting Jake Tapper and CNN for saying, “No!” to Kellyanne Conway when the White House offered ...
  • Undertaker Pitched For Roman Reigns At Wrestlemania Backstage? TNA Changes! | WrestleTalk News Undertaker pitched for Roman Reigns at Wrestlemania backstage? TNA behind-the-scenes changes and the latest on The Hardys’ contract negotiations in this WrestleTalk News 2017… — This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be ...
  • Seth Rollins Injury Status Revealed! Top WWE Star Taking Time Off? | WrestleTalk News Feb. 2017 Seth Rollins injury status revealed, top WWE star taking time off and more in this WrestleTalk News Feb. 2017… — This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
  • Slow Down to Speed Up: Beat the Content Marketing Rush The old saying “don’t confuse motion with movement” applies more than ever in the marketing world today, especially when it comes to content marketing. A few years ago you couldn’t go anywhere without hearing about content, how it was king and how it was at the heart of everything you did as a marketer. As we ...
  • Cuban Percussionist and Vocalist Pedrito Martinez: A Look Back on the Journey Thus Far By Dan Ouellette, Senior Editor ZEALnyc, February 9, 2017 Unless something unexpected happens (and given this political season, it’s a great possibility), 2017 will fill the air with more Cuban music by the best the island nation has to offer. Cuba has quickly become a destination for musical talent in the U.S. in search of the ...
  • Leading economists agree: closing borders is not the answer to inequality Building a great big wall will not close the gap. Jorge Duenes/Reuters Ashwini Deshpande, University of Delhi US President Donald Trump wants to build a wall along the US-Mexican border. Britain wants to retreat into its shell to become an isolated island state. In France, far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen launched her campaign by saying, “The divide ...
  • A New Approach to Civics Education Review of Democracy: A Case Study. By David A. Moss. Harvard University Press. 773 pp. $35. Noting that more than two-thirds of students did not reach proficiency in a civics assessment conducted in 2006, reformers claim that robust civics courses in social studies, economics, political science, and history might well produce well-informed citizens, enhance popular engagement, ...
  • New York State to Review Teacher Certification Exams At its February 13, 2017 meeting, the New York State Board of Regents, the governing body for educational policy in the state, is scheduled to review teacher certification requirements. The Board will consider recommendations made by its edTPA Task Force. New York State currently requires that teacher certification candidates complete four exams either created or administered ...
  • Crowdfunding Business Education The chasm between industry needs and our educational system has accelerated and our current educational model is quickly going broke, increasingly hampered by educational costs, skyrocketing tuition fees and student loans. Educational institutions continue doing what they always have done, seeking public funding, asking alumni for donations and courting charitable foundations and wealthy individuals for ...
  • Animating Abstraction, Reimaging Representation: Monika Bravo’s Vector Paintings Put Visual Consciousness In Hi-Res Perspective This is the sixth installment in the series, The 3D-Materialization of Art, an ongoing survey tracing the new and growing movement of highly-reflexive 3D spectacle and narrative art and activism. Made by artists who distance themselves from the commercial uses of 3D in motion pictures, television, advertising and gaming, the new 3D artists employ ...
  • CAT AND DOG – Ep. 72 function spottoonResize(){ jQuery.ajax({ type : "POST", async : false, url : "https://www.spottoon.com/huff/height", dataType : "json", data : {book_no : jQuery("#book_no").val(),ch_no : jQuery("#ch_no").val()}, success : function(data, statusText, xhr){jQuery("#ifSpot").prop("src","https://www.spottoon.com/huff/view?book_no=" + jQuery("#book_no").val() + "&ch_no=" + jQuery("#ch_no").val()); jQuery("#ifSpot").prop("height",data); } }); } document.addEventListener("DOMContentLoaded", spottoonResize); Updated every Thursday Copyright ⓒ 2015 RollingStory Inc. — This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington ...
  • Save Without Straining Your Brain: See What Acorns, Digit and Qapital Do By Amber Murikami-Fester Saving up for the future can be daunting. Whether you have your eye on a tropical vacation or you’re stockpiling for your emergency fund, meeting your savings goals can seem out of reach unless you use a system that lets you save as painlessly as possible. One good option is to turn to the new ...
  • Like A Rug No, that’s not a Donald Trump hair joke. It is nothing more than the end of a simile on lying. Rugs are the epitome of lying, since nothing lies more obviously than a rug. Of course, I could have gone with a different motif, but Al Franken had already used the title: “Lies And The ...
  • Do Civil Servants Have an Obligation to Obey the President? In recent days, Acting Attorney General Sally Yates announced that her department would not defend the president’s executive order on immigration. She was promptly fired. President Trump said she “betrayed the Department of Justice.” About one thousand State Department career foreign service officers and civil servants used the agency’s “dissent channel” to disagree with the ...
  • Trump, The Supreme Court, And The Rights Of Gays And Lesbians With the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to serve on the Supreme Court of the United States instead of Chief Judge Merrick Garland, and with the possibility of another Trump Supreme Court nomination at some point down the road, it is useful to reflect on the history of homosexuality in Western culture and on the ...
  • Celebrate The Many Forms Of Love With Outspeak While the traditions of Valentine’s Day demand that you gush sweet nothings to your significant other and drop way too much cash at a classy restaurant, we’re doing things a bit differently here at Outspeak. Why? Because “love” shouldn’t be limited to discussions of traditional romantic relationships. Love has many forms and we want to ...
  • Debasing the Office Trump’s petulant, immature tweets are now America’s notes to the world. Those who’ve compared them to President Franklin D. Rosevelt’s “fireside chats” as a vehicle to by-pass the media filter to reach “the people” forget that FDR’s chats were warm and kind-hearted, educational and uplifting, and required an attention span longer than a gnat. When angered, ...
  • Think a Degree in Philosophy is Useless? Think Again How would you respond to people who say that a degree in philosophy is useless? originally appeared on Quora – the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world.. Answer by Richard Price, Founder of Academia.edu, on Quora: Philosophy had a formative influence on me. It taught ...