• Would you vote Alex Jones for POTUS?

    11 answers · 19 hours ago
  • Why is Trump afraid of the Media?

    8 answers · 1 hour ago
  • Are you a Christian?

    Best answer: I don't know. You tell me. I read and study the Bible almost every day. I volunteer at a local church as a youth group leader. I do my best to practice the teachings of Jesus as prescribed in the Gospels, which is essentially to love all people and see the Divine in everyone. Thus, I try to devote my... show more
    Best answer: I don't know. You tell me.

    I read and study the Bible almost every day. I volunteer at a local church as a youth group leader. I do my best to practice the teachings of Jesus as prescribed in the Gospels, which is essentially to love all people and see the Divine in everyone. Thus, I try to devote my life to the service and benefit of all people and all beings. Does this make me a Christian? I suppose some would say yes, and others no. Doesn't matter though what I call myself or how others want to label me. All that matters is the manner in which I decide to live this short life and the impact I leave on all those I encounter each day. I can only hope that after my death people will say I lived a Jesus-like life.

    Thanks for the question. May much love, peace, and joy be always with you :)
    14 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is Trump skipping the correspondence dinner a duche move or what ?

    Best answer: Well, he rarely missed it before he became president, so, it must be cowardice and he ran to join his redneck support Base. ..
    Best answer: Well, he rarely missed it before he became president, so, it must be cowardice and he ran to join his redneck support Base. ..
    8 answers · 19 hours ago
  • How many liberal media con-artists are going to commit suicide because President Trump didn't attend their beloved Correspondence Dinner?

    Best answer: When you starve rats in a cage they just end up eating each other.
    Best answer: When you starve rats in a cage they just end up eating each other.
    6 answers · 12 hours ago
  • Do you think Donald Trump will be impeached or will he serve out his entire time?

    Best answer: No to impeachment and no to serving his entire time, dot. I think at some point before his term is over, he will basically take his marbles and go home.
    Best answer: No to impeachment and no to serving his entire time, dot. I think at some point before his term is over, he will basically take his marbles and go home.
    14 answers · 3 days ago
  • Name for a Newspaper? Easy 10?

    for freshman english we're reading Romeo and Juliet and there is a project where we act as a reporter for a fictional newspaper published at the time. If you could come up with a name to the newspaper that incorporates the name of the town (Verona) with something commonly found at the end of a newspaper title... show more
    for freshman english we're reading Romeo and Juliet and there is a project where we act as a reporter for a fictional newspaper published at the time. If you could come up with a name to the newspaper that incorporates the name of the town (Verona) with something commonly found at the end of a newspaper title that'd be amazing. Don't call it the Verona Variety, Verona Times, or Verona Register Oh and I'll give best answer to the first good one I see, so it's an easy 10
    10 answers · 3 days ago
  • Where do you find a thesis statement in a newspaper article?

    Does the thesis have to be in the first paragraph... What is the thesis in this article? HELP! Youth spend more time on Web than TV-study Reuters, 07.24.03 NEW YORK, July 24 (Reuters) - Teenagers and young adults spend more time on the Internet than watching television, indicating a shift in media consumption for... show more
    Does the thesis have to be in the first paragraph... What is the thesis in this article? HELP! Youth spend more time on Web than TV-study Reuters, 07.24.03 NEW YORK, July 24 (Reuters) - Teenagers and young adults spend more time on the Internet than watching television, indicating a shift in media consumption for a demographic prized by advertisers, said a new study released on Thursday. The survey of 2,618 people, aged 13 to 24, was conducted by independent research firms Harris Interactive and Teenage Research Unlimited in mid-June on behalf of Internet media company Yahoo Inc. (nasdaq: YHOO - news - people) and media services company Carat North America. On average, young people said they spent nearly 17 hours online each week, not including time used to read and send electronic mail, compared with almost 14 hours spent watching television and 12 hours listening to the radio, the study said. A majority of youth polled said they are also likely to be engaging in other activities while using the Internet, such as listening to radio or talking on the telephone. Many said they were most likely to look on the Internet for information on movie and music reviews or celebrity news. "While other generations are more likely to be wed to a single type of media...today's teens and young adults are not overwhelmed by the abundance of media choices...but rather feel empowered by it and are able to multi-task," the study said. Wenda Harris Millard, chief sales officer at Yahoo, said teens and young adults are using the Internet as the "hub" of their media activity. "There's a lot in the study that shows this is a primary medium for information, product information, pricing information, school needs," she said. "It would never occur to them to go to a newspaper to look up a movie time."
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • Would you support a law requiring aborted babies to receive live births and neonatal intensive care?

    Best answer: Yes. At least they would have a chance.
    Best answer: Yes. At least they would have a chance.
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • Shouldn't the Media be 'fact checked' every day before the public?

    Like they do to Trump (which they've never done to any other President), and be called to answer for fake news, fake scandal mongering, and the reporters/ media orgs. who get it wrong names be reported in public, recorded and a score card kept? Example: what did the media get wrong and make fake news on this... show more
    Like they do to Trump (which they've never done to any other President), and be called to answer for fake news, fake scandal mongering, and the reporters/ media orgs. who get it wrong names be reported in public, recorded and a score card kept? Example: what did the media get wrong and make fake news on this past week.... 1.) Erin Moran (Joanie Happy Days) fake news: died of alcoholism/ drug abuse, fake news reported for 4days. Truth: She died of 4th stage terminal cancer while on chemo-radiation regimen. 2.) Fake news/ scandal mongering: false reported Chris Soules arrested in drunk driving fatal car crash of an innocent victim. Truth: There was no drunk driving/ no DUI (the police checked). Instead he rear ended a farm tractor that for some reason was driving 5mph down a dark rural Iowa lonely highway at 1:18am. Soules was only charged because after calling 911 and getting medical help for the farmer he left before police arrived on scene. Should a 'fact check' be done on the media every day/ week by neutral observers, reported to the public and a score card kept. If not, why not?
    5 answers · 21 hours ago
  • How can people be so gullible that they believe anything the media says as truth?

    Why are people so blinded by what the media says and treat it as if thats the only proof they need to believe the story being told to them. For instance the sandy hook shootings, I investigated as much as possible from my home in wa state on the internet after I saw the tape of supposed father Robbie Parker... show more
    Why are people so blinded by what the media says and treat it as if thats the only proof they need to believe the story being told to them. For instance the sandy hook shootings, I investigated as much as possible from my home in wa state on the internet after I saw the tape of supposed father Robbie Parker seconds before the interview. I saw the interview on my local news channel and questioned his behavior on the spot, but quickly discounted it to "Im not sure how Id act if my 6 yr old child was just murdered" Did you know there is no fire station in sandy hook? yet that is where the parents were directed to go to find out if their child was alive. I google earthed the area and there are a lot of strange things I found. Like many elementary schools but no high school. yet the public school site lists the "continuing education center as a high school. The police dept of newtown is also dept social and health services and there isnt a cop car in sight and i cant find a single name they have listed in any directory? why is that? the medical examiner said the children were killed with the long rifle, which was supposedly still in the car. they also said a glock and sic sauer were used in the slayings but the largest magazine made for them hold 12 bullets. the examiner also said the bodies he examined there was 3 to 11 bullets per child which would average out to 7 per body. 182 bullets in all which is 15 clips. Where would he keep all theses clips. Why do people resort to flying off the handle and accusing people of being conspiracy theorists when people not so easily fooled question what the media says? That says a lot about a person if you ask me. If you jump the gun and assume people are whackjobs for questioning the information brought forth by the media before you do any sort of investigation, what does that make you? brainwashed? Im sorry people, but you need to wake the **** up. We dont live in a world where you can take people for their word or hearsay..OBVIOUSLY.
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why can't America find a cure for all these new diseases but they will make non profitable things happenin a heartbeat?

    Best answer: Because the drug companies make more money if they just help you to manage a disease instead of curing it. With a cure, you take the medicine and then their customer is gone.
    Best answer: Because the drug companies make more money if they just help you to manage a disease instead of curing it. With a cure, you take the medicine and then their customer is gone.
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • So, do you guys think this Alex Jones guy is coo-coo? He seems like a conspiracy theorist that somehow became popular to me.?

    Best answer: Let me say this delicately; he was far too coo-coo for Cocoa Puff cereal ads. Imagine, Cocoa Puff Cereal makers chose a cartoon bird instead. Of course, the goofy loony constipated conservatives will hype him up all they can... what else can they do?
    Best answer: Let me say this delicately; he was far too coo-coo for Cocoa Puff cereal ads. Imagine, Cocoa Puff Cereal makers chose a cartoon bird instead. Of course, the goofy loony constipated conservatives will hype him up all they can... what else can they do?
    8 answers · 4 days ago
  • What makes a good newspaper?

    Our paper is growing, and we want to make it the best in the area. As consumers or professionals, what do you think makes a paper good?
    Our paper is growing, and we want to make it the best in the area. As consumers or professionals, what do you think makes a paper good?
    4 answers · 20 hours ago
  • Why is America considered the only superpower?

    I get that the United States is probably the only country capable of launching invasions of other countries but I don't really understand the concept of the word superpower. Wouldn't any country with a nuclear arsenal be considered a superpower. Sure the United States spends more than anyone else but is our... show more
    I get that the United States is probably the only country capable of launching invasions of other countries but I don't really understand the concept of the word superpower. Wouldn't any country with a nuclear arsenal be considered a superpower. Sure the United States spends more than anyone else but is our military actually that much "better" for all that money? (I know nothing about our military or others thats not a rhetorical question I'm actually curious.) If it is better what makes it so much more dominant. I know we have significantly more aircraft carriers but why does that offer such an advantage?
    11 answers · 5 days ago
  • What is the difference between a newspaper and newsletter?

    could anybody please explain this thing ...and what ia tabloid ..i m new in this field and are planning to start a newspaper or newsletter ( i m not sure what shd i call it ). its 8 page and same size as 24 hours.ca ... is 24hours.ca is newspaper or newsletter... i have some more questions regarding newspaper... show more
    could anybody please explain this thing ...and what ia tabloid ..i m new in this field and are planning to start a newspaper or newsletter ( i m not sure what shd i call it ). its 8 page and same size as 24 hours.ca ... is 24hours.ca is newspaper or newsletter... i have some more questions regarding newspaper publiction if anybody can help me in that .. thanks in advance
    4 answers · 1 day ago