Author: Kristia Cavere



June 24, 2009

Marriage Is More than Just Being in Love

With six states allowing homosexuals to marry, and New York’s Governor insistent on it being the seventh state to allow such unions, the definition and legality of marriage has come under more introspection than ever before.

June 20, 2009

XBox and the Execution of U.S. Soldiers

Filed under: War On Terror,What The F@#K?!? - 20 Jun 2009

There have been some video games which display such explicit violence or sexuality that they have been decried as being too inappropriate for anyone to play. But there has never been a video game produced that is more despicable …

June 11, 2009

The Suleman Syndrome

Filed under: American Society & Heritage - 11 Jun 2009

When America learned of the reality television show awarded to Nadya Suleman, the reaction was similar to the news of the octuplets born to her: the miracle of eight healthy babies was overshadowed by their mother being unattached, unemployed, and …

June 8, 2009

On the 20th Anniversary of Tiananmen, Speculations About China’s Future

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,History - 08 Jun 2009

Twenty years ago, in the spring of 1989, millions of Chinese people peacefully demanded democracy from their Communist government. Centered in Tiananmen Square in Beijing, the protesters were protected by the populace who set up barriers to keep them …

June 5, 2009

Happiness and the Modern Woman

Filed under: Potpourri - 05 Jun 2009

Last month there were three independent studies released that, taken separately, would perhaps be seen as random blots of a Rorschach test. However, taken together as the sum of the findings of each, they clearly reveal a picture of …

May 31, 2009

U.S. Embassy to Hold First-Ever Gay Pride Party Tonight – In Iraq

Filed under: In The News - 31 May 2009

In the short time that President Obama has been in office, there have been many breaches of foreign protocol such as an overt familiarity with the British Queen and bowing to the Saudi King. But the most significant indiscretion …

May 29, 2009

Reflections on Memorial Day & My Brother, a Fallen Soldier

Filed under: American Military - 29 May 2009

There are some of us lucky enough to know very early what we are supposed to be. My brother, Sergeant Jonathan Cadavero, was one of those fortunate people. He never had dilemmas about the path he was supposed …

May 16, 2009

It’s Not That Complicated

Filed under: In The News - 16 May 2009

“She [Elizabeth Edwards] may be smart, but she doesn’t seem to know much about men.” Maureen Dowd, May 6, 2009
The hypocrisy of Elizabeth Edwards is apparent even before her recent interview with Oprah Winfrey begins. In the current …

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