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America’s responsibility to the world
Does America have a responsibility to the world? I feel America does not have a responsibility to the world. We have enough people in our own country that need help, so why are we worried about people in other countries? Not only do I question... (more »)
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innocent disipline or complete tourture?
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everyone has done something bad at least once in their life. i mean okay i get it they need to be punished but a sentence of adult prison to a minor is way too harsh! they can be a minor for alcohol and tobacco but not prison? it just dosent make... (more »)
In Response to Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother...
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Accepting children for who they are and respecting the decisions they make is what gives “Western” parenting edge over the “Chinese” method. In Amy Chua’s article, “Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior,” she describes how stressing... (more »)
Wade Patrick Henry
“Wade Patrick Henry,” by Sarah Stilwell, was a fictional story about a hero turned bad. It was a powerful theme throughout the whole piece and it shattered the good image of a boy named Wade Patrick Henry. The narrator retells the tragic... (more »)
Last Day
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"Last Day" by Madison Marshall is a masterfully written and deeply insightful poem. The vivid descriptions of how glorious and magnificent the narrator's last day to live make the poem truly come to life. The clever metaphors and... (more »)
Blood Oil
“Blood Oil,” by Tori Bakeley, talks about the plight of orangutans in Borneo. The article shows the gruesome truth about palm oil and how rainforests get cut down for their palm fruits. Orangutans are getting destroyed in the process and they... (more »)
Philosophy Genre
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As a person of sometimes more abstract thoughts, I sometimes find it hard to properly categorize my writing. The best I can usually do is calling it a "Free Form" poem, though that really isn't accurate at all. I also found this... (more »)
Begin To Be Now What You Will Be Hereafter
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“Don’t look upon, for yesterday is gone Tomorrow is the key get busy instantly, Begin to be now what you will be hereafter And your life will be full of laughter and laughter." A building is said to be stiff only if its... (more »)
The Picture in My Wallet
Jacob’s article, “The Picture in My Wallet,” shows a normal scenario with him and his brother. He tells us that he is very close with his younger brother and that it is his duty to be his role model. I have a younger brother but he is very... (more »)
way of life
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Way of life I think about how people work to achieve their goals in lfe not everything is easy as it seems. A way of life is hoe you see thing in your point of view while others may see it differantly than you. Some people might see it as a joke,... (more »)
Valentine's Date for One
Madison Endicott’s article about how she tried to spend a Valentine’s Day by herself was amusing, yet sad. It’s always disheartening to see someone get left out on Valentine’s Day festivities, but in this case, Madison was trying her best... (more »)
Teen Concerns About Our Economy.
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As Teens get older, they start to wonder more and more about our world and our economy.Now being a kid growing up such as myself i'm starting to be more concern about our dept to china.With our president right now i think nothing is being ran... (more »)
Time to Unplug
"Time to Unplug" by Kristin Chang talked about a school assignment where her class had to steer away from electronic devices for 24 hours. The class is in chaos, thinking that they can't possibly hold on without technology for that... (more »)
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