Point/Counterpoint

Lovin' It

Unlike Mr. Squarepants who sees his work as the best job ever, and happily prepares the krabby patties, most fast food employees aren’t exuberant or striving to attain the golden spatula. In fact, they don’t even want to be there. Watching the clock becomes an activity. The minutes melt away like the grease on the patties. Attitudes reflect that minimum wage loosely translates to minimum effort.

Point/Counterpoint

Work in America

Most Americans would like to think that their time spent working anywhere is more than just a job, and that they are not just spinning...

Point/Counterpoint

War, From My View

War is a way of life. War is not chosen; it chooses you. It was in the words my husband spoke to our daughter who was in the Neonatal...

Facebook is no doubt changing the way the world communicates, allowing millions to partake in conversation, but this site is not without a...

Martin Luther King was not only the face of the civil rights movement, but a symbol of leadership for people around the world fighting for...

As the race for the White House moves into the final stretch, the faltering U.S. economy is the topic as unemployment continues to hover at...

The looks of despair are permanently carved on the face of Pedro Trejo, a common immigrant to the U.S., who has been arrested and is now...