A radio program and a book awaken the author to the fact that we are being manipulated, in every aspect of life, by corporate entities and their desire for greater profits.
Bullying is not restricted to the school yard, or even to the office. Since it can manifest itself in innumerable ways, in any place, at any time, anti-bullying campaigns must be extended so that they protect people of all ages and from all walks of life.
Despite continued incidences—and there are still too many—of racist, misogynist, and homophobic slurs, assaults, and even killings, despite stubbornly persistent ignorance of the culture and sensitivities of visible and invisible minorities, we have come far in the past fifty years, thanks to brave and blessed souls like Mohandas Gandhi, Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King, Harvey Milk, and many more.
Greg Smith, now a former Goldman Sachs executive director, made a very public resignation in the New York Times that raises the question: Is there a right and wrong way to resign from a position? We can all probably agree that with a few minor changes to the text, this letter could be used by […]
Julia McLean expresses her opinion about changes over the decades in television programming.
Not so long ago, my enthusiasm for what I had learned about positive training and behavioural science turned me into an evangelist for modern training. But is pushing my training philosophy any more acceptable than pushing political or religious beliefs? Time has helped me temper my approach but the debate still rages within the positive training community. How far do we go to change the dog-owning world?
Julia Mclean challenges Britain’s immigration laws and suggests that there are some serious economic consequences for immigration laws that do not protect the citizens of Britain.
Great moments in “laughtivism” from Yes Men Andy Bichlbaum and Mike Bonanno, the guys who duped the BBC, embarrassed Dow Chemical, and mocked Halliburton.
Julia McLean explores the cultural heritage of Christianity, and its ongoing destruction.
For our writer, a name is more than a collection of letters. It’s what you stand for — and what you’ll stand up for.