Society and Culture Articles
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There's Elephants in Tennessee? - Find out what happened to the circus and zoo elephants you knew as a child.
Arbor Day, J. Sterling Morton's Legacy of Trees - How one man's passion to beautify a treeless prairie led to a worldwide holiday of environmental awareness.
What Thoreau Knew - More people today are opting for voluntary simplicity instead of the rat race. Fewer possessions and demands on their lives bring more happiness. Perhaps Henry David Thoreau was onto something at Walden Pond.
Safe Surfing - Here are some things we can do to protect ourselves and our children from offensive sites and objectionable language on the Internet.
As the Crow Flies - This ominous creature has been honored and vilified over the centuries, yet remains one of the most intelligent animal species and even a friend to man.
United Nations for All - The brainchild of Roosevelt and Churchill is even more essential to world peace now than ever before.
Still Superman - From a man who questioned whether he wanted to live to one who plans the day he'll walk again, Christopher Reeve tells his incredible story.
HemiMan - An aspiring athlete finds both his body and future shattered after a near-fatal bicycle accident. Jay Enloe chooses to wake up from a coma and face the seemingly impossible challenge of re-activating his broken body and dreams.
Master or Slave? - Will you be part of Dogbert's New Ruling Class or forever suffering the foolishness of In-duh-viduals? Explore the mission statement generator than can save you endless hours of executive drudgery. It's Dilbert humor that will tickle your funny bone.
Stop Global Whining - Loretta LaRoche is on a campaign to save us from the awfulizing and catastophizing that could eventually be our undoing. Her prescription for good health starts with a good belly laugh, especially at work.
TV's Vast Wasteland Blooms - In 1961, FCC Chairman Newton Minow called television programming "the vast wasteland." A bounty of fascinating new programming is transforming the wasteland into a lush rainforest of viewing opportunity.
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