Mr Murdstone’s relationship with David Copperfield

Thursday, August 5th, 2004

David Copperfield was born into a loving family; he had a loving mother who would have done anything for him and a doting nanny. But early in David’s life all of this changes; David’s mother, alone since her husband died, found interest in a new man, Mr. Murdstone, and was soon married to him. The […]

The Eagle is Weeping For Us

Saturday, June 12th, 2004

As I was at work the other day I noticed an image that was widely disseminated after the brutal attacks of September 11th. The image shows the Twin Towers burning moments before they came crashing down, and super imposed over these Towers is the very powerful symbol of America: the Bald Eagle. The moving part […]

Analyzing Two Arguments

Friday, April 30th, 2004

In March of 2003 the United States went to war against Iraq. The decision to go to war has been a divisive one with many arguments both for and against the war. Those that were for the war initially argued that Iraq possessed weapons of mass destruction and posed an immediate threat to the United […]

Defining Marriage

Tuesday, March 30th, 2004

Who would have ever thought the word marriage could so bitterly divide this country? Same sex couples have been struggling for years to gain recognition, to have their unions formally recognized, and to stop discrimination against them based on their lifestyle. San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom brought this struggle back to the national headlines over […]