Category Archives: Social Behavior

The Man From Delaware Might Not Be So Aware

Vice President Joe Biden and wife of Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter at the secretary’s swearing-in ceremony.  She said the photo is misleading and the vice president’s behavior was not inappropriate. Ask most admirers and those women who have been … Continue reading

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Facebook Targets Hate Group and Vaccine Misinformation

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern hugs a mosque-goer at the Kilbirnie mosque in Wellington, New Zealand, on March 17, 2019 In the wake of the New Zealand mosque shootings in which 50 worshippers were killed by a white nationalist gunman, Facebook … Continue reading

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Nothing to Report

The ongoing special counsel investigation report about the President and his administration, led by Bob Mueller, was submitted to the Attorney General last Friday. It was the biggest news story of the weekend and possibly the year. For the entire … Continue reading

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Who’s Bad?

The Sundance Film Festival took place on January 24th, 2019. One of the biggest buzzed films that took place at this event, was the documentary “Leaving Neverland” about Michael Jackson and allegations from two men, that he sexually and mentally … Continue reading

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Actress Kristen Bell Creates Huge Response for Special Needs NJ Students via Instagram

http://www.fox29.com/news/new-jersey-teacher-receives-supplies-after-shout-out-from-kristen-bell According to the news report, packages upon packages just keep on coming for Jacquie Campbel’s students at Thomas Wallace Middle School in Vineland, New Jersey where Ms. Campbel works as a special education teacher there.  The gifts are apparently from people all around the … Continue reading

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Who Wants to Extort a Billionaire?

Early in January, a major and personal news story out of nowhere dropped about Jeff Bezos and it took over the internet. He and his wife MacKenzie Bezos were filing for divorce after 25 years. The initial reaction of the … Continue reading

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When there’s a con artist, someone gets conned

In a story that ran on NPR’s Morning Edition – Why Did So Many Americans Trust Russian hackers’ Election Propogranda – social scientist and host of The Hidden Brain Shankar Vedantam offers insight into social trust, and how trust can … Continue reading

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