in a handbasket

I asked my Social Media students to simultaneously watch President Obama‚Äôs speech Tuesday last justifying his position on waging a military action against Syria, and track social media responses on any channel of their choice, though most went with Twitter and Facebook. The results were predictable, and yet perhaps a bit eye-opening for some. They... Continue Reading →


he’ll burn in hell

Ariel Castro hanged himself with a bedsheet in his prison cell last Tuesday evening. It's on the cusp of this kind of truncated fate that folks seem to relinquish justice to a higher power. If you thought to yourself that now he'll burn in hell for his abhorrent crimes, you know what I'm writing about.... Continue Reading →

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