Are We All Potentially Evil?: A New Dramatic Film Based on the Stanford Prison Experiment Reveals Why Good People Turn Bad

The barbaric acts of ISIS in the Middle East and elsewhere (including lone wolf acts here and in Europe) have renewed the use of an adjective most commonly ...

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Shia LaBeouf Seems Like A Really Great Dude

Well, I never liked Shia LaBeouf, but this is the last straw. Today, a chilling video of the actor threatening domestic violence against girlfriend Mia ...

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New Orleans Saints release linebacker Junior Galette

Deciding his character issues outweighed his enormous talent and salary-cap hit, the Saints will release outside linebacker Junior Galette, sources co ...

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Journalism Is Red in Tooth and Claw

If it bleeds, it leads is a truism of news coverage. We all sympathize with the victims of senseless violence, and their families, because we know that ...

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Dustin Diamond Is Going To Jail

Sorry, SBTB..one of your heroes is going OITNB. Dustin Diamond appeared in court in Port Washington, Wisconsin (my home state!). where he was sentenced ...

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Tennessee Titans' Dorial Green-Beckham talks NFL rookie symposium

Titans wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham is absorbing all of the information he can at this week's NFL rookie symposium, especially on the topic of ...

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[on Deadwood (2004)] I think that after 9/11 there was

[on Deadwood (2004)] I think that after 9/11 there was a feeling in this country that people felt that their enemies were everywhere and around the corner ...

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Karrueche Tran Has A Suspicious Looking Bloody Lip…

I know, Karrueche Tran’s vague caption and her propensity for hanging out with violent dudes might make you think this instagram post is more serious ...

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Ray Lewis, Carmelo Anthony speak out against Baltimore riots

Ray Lewis and Carmelo Anthony, two of Baltimore's most recognizable athletes, took to social media to share their thoughts on the violence in the city ...

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Ida and the Cycles of Violence and Forgiveness

Have you seen the film Ida? It is a Polish movie, the recipient of the 2015 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, and it is a powerful, brilliant ...

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Mother Slaps And Kicks Her Child for Dropping a Hamburger

Somewhere in China, a little girl learned a valuable lesson. Food goes in your mouth, not on the ground. Security footage shows an unlucky toddler acc ...

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The Beautiful Discomfort of John Ridley's American Crime

When many of us reach for our television remotes, we also grab our cell phones, computers or iPads to connect to Twitter, Facebook or some other social ...

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Fifty Shades of Whiteness

The cinematic adaptation of the bestselling novel Fifty Shades of Grey makes me think that the next venture for the franchise might be a ride at Disne ...

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Thoughts from Chapel Hill: Violence as a Way of Life

I live on the outskirts of Chapel Hill (across the tracks, literally). It's been a heartbreaking time for everyone here, a frightening time for many ...

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Head of Charlie Hebdo Published 'Prophetic' Drawing a Week Before His Death

Amongst the twelve dead in the attack on Charlie Hebdo includes several cartoonists and two police officers. One of them, killed at the premises, was tasked ...

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A Most Violent Year

A Most Violent Year A Film Review by Dr. Lloyd Sederer In 1981, there were 1,841 homicides in New York City. The rate proceeded to escalate to a record ...

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Promoting Press Freedom -- U.S. Spends Over $100 Million Per Year

The First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States guarantees freedom of expression by prohibiting Congress from restricting the press or the ...

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Making Sense in the Noise

I am not teaching this year (new baby, my first unit-plan-less September in recent memory), but nothing has made me wish I was teaching as much as the ...

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Dustin Diamond Arrested For “Disorderly Conduct.”

What’s Christmas in Wisconsin without a switchblade, a bunch of booze and a Saved by the Bell Alum? Answer: no kind of Christmas. But thankfully ...

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Grand Theft Auto V and the Culture of Violence Against Women

Coming to you, right in time for Christmas, is Grand Theft Auto V. It is a continuation of the violence and sexual denigration of women offered in the ...

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