Monthly Archives: February 2014

Rude Rejection Letter Over LinkedIn Request Highlights Need for E-Mail Etiquette

Rude Rejection Letter Over LinkedIn Request Highlights Need for E-Mail Etiquette Kelly Blazek of Cleveland, OH finds herself ostracized after her nasty rejection e-mail to a hopeful job-seeker goes viral.  We should all learn a lesson.

Amtrak “Writer-in-Residence” Program Has Tremendous Potential, Should be Expanded

Amtrak “Writer-in-Residence” Program Has Tremendous Potential, Should be Expanded From writers and artists to students of all stripes, who would not benefit from free or reduced fares on creativity-boosting long-distance train rides, enjoying the forgotten romance and majesty of traveling before cramped airliners?

Surveillance Rage: Assault on Woman Wearing Google Glass is Frightening Preview of Things to Come

Surveillance Rage: Assault on Woman Wearing Google Glass is Frightening Preview of Things to Come Will the masses be regularly provoked to fisticuffs by individuals wearing cameras and filming when they ought not?

Why We Should End Tax Preferences for Ivy League Donors

Why We Should End Tax Preferences for Ivy League Donors Why rich folks shouldn’t be able to deduct donations to wealthy, elitist “nonprofits” from their taxes.

Legislatures Should Listen to Patrick Kennedy’s Warnings on Legalized Marijuana

Legislatures Should Listen to Patrick Kennedy’s Warnings on Legalized Marijuana Unlike most other liberals, former U.S. Representative Patrick Kennedy (D-RI) is opposed to legalized marijuana.  And he has a point.

Coverage of Michael Dunn Trial Raises Debate Over When Words Become Threats

Coverage of Michael Dunn Trial Raises Debate Over When Words Become Threats Trial coverage reports that harsh words were exchanged between 47-year-old Michael Dunn and 17-year-old Jordan Davis…but when do words become threats?  Legislatures and courts need to get busy.

TIME Reveals How to Lose Friends and Alienate People

TIME Reveals How to Lose Friends and Alienate People Trying to gain more Internet traffic, TIME resorts to blatant sexism.