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    Infographic about the 5 myths of the criminal justice field
    If from watching the many crime shows on television have taught us anything is that not only do the crimes get solved quickly but every crime has to do with smart serial killers, high speed chases, and really fast lab results. Because of this,...
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    Is the Hellhound Still Haunting Shelter Dogs Today?
    Hellhounds appear throughout mythology in almost every culture. The Hellhound is said to be a ghostly black dog with glowing red eyes that smells of brimstone. These hounds wander remote areas and cemeteries. It is said that if a person sees a...
  • Anglers catch a big one every time they go fishing and other lies
    Anglers catch a big one every time they go fishing and other lies
    The thing about fishing is that those who love to fish have twisted the lies of fishing just to make it look good to the lazy. So one of the biggest misconceptions about fishing is that only the “lazy” love it and find it appealing,...
  • Bigfoot Hair Samples
    Bigfoot hair samples: Over 30 'Bigfoot' hair samples debunked by DNA testing
    So-called samples of Bigfoot’s hair have been shown to be nothing more than hair from any common woodland animal, such as a wolf or bear. Enthusiasts and fanatics of Cryptozoology – the pseudoscience study of paranormal creatures ...
  • Preppers should recognize myths about physical fitness
    Preppers should recognize myths about physical fitness
    Accepting popular myths about physical fitness can lead to bodies that do not perform as well as they look. This article will discuss such myths.The most sought after gym body, for example, often has “gladiator” pecs, “softball...
  • Unscrambling the Myths about Social Media
    Unscrambling the Myths about Social Media
    Social media has transformed the speed at which consumers demand marketers respond to their needs. It’s imperative for brands to be agile—to adapt to consumers’ dynamic behaviors and synchronize with culture. Brands that can...
  • Ishtar
    The origins of Easter and the Ishtar meme
    A popular meme on Facebook in recent years associates the Christian holiday of Easter with the Babylonian goddess Ishtar. Supposedly Ishtar, who is the goddess of sexuality, love and war, is pronounced Easter in English and her symbols are the egg...
  • A Gold Lacewing Wyandotte from my flock
    Debunking the Myths Surrounding Modern Homesteading
    Homesteading.It brings to mind an historical view of rugged individuals who headed westward (and depending on the time period you’re thinking of, this could have been Iowa or all the way to California) built their own homes – first of...
  • Survival at Great Falls
    Survivorman: Bad advice can kill you
    You don’t see any “absolute” advice coming from this column because that would be incredible. There are a lot of myths about “survival” and some of them are perpetuated on popular television programs featuring...
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    Three myths about Obama exploded by the health care debacle
    When all is said and done, the Affordable Care Act is destined to remain the law of the land for as long, in all likelihood, as the Democratic Party controls at least one chamber of Congress or the presidency. HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius,...
  • Unraveling myths about pit bulls
    Unraveling myths about pit bulls
    Pit bulls have been stereotyped since the 1980’s, when the pit bull once recognized for caring for small children in the 30’s and working with the military to save lives during WWII, has been misunderstood during the last 30 years and...
  • gay marriage
    Ten myths about the gay marriage debate
    Same-sex marriage is once again in the news. This week the Supreme Court is hearing two cases on same sex marriage, either of which could conceivably make gay marriage the law of the land and strike down the definition of marriage laws in place in...
  • The Beast of Busco of Indiana
    Cryptozoology--The Beast of Busco of Indiana
    The Beast of Busco of Indiana is a bit of a different cryptid. It is reported to be some type of large snapping turtle, and is sometimes called “Oscar”. It obtained the name from the farmer, Oscar Fulk who worked his land in the late...
  • The Beast of Bodmin Moor of the UK
    Cryptozoology--The Beast of Bodmin Moor of the United Kingdom
    The Beast of Bodmin Moor is a panther like creature that stocks the United Kingdom around the Bodmin Moor. This cryptid is said to attack the live stock and mutilate the bodies. However, many scientists reject the idea of such a creature...
  • Interfaith Memorial service at Newtown, CT. 12/16/2012
    One nation under a delusion (How we mourn)
    Could God care less about the Newtown tragedy than he cares about the outcome of a football game?"Is God willing to prevent evil but not able? Then he is not omnipotent. Is he able but not willing? Then he is malevolent. Is he both able and...