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What Edward Snowden represents about our own feelings on personal privacy and big government intrusion, even espionage in a vague, TV show type of way is complicated. This is more so than we might want to admit, and definitely too much of a mixed bag...
Imperial High SchoolWe’re conditioned to believe that a hero needs to be this super person that can do extraordinary things. This stops us from letting the hero inside of us out. Truth be told, the hero inside of us is not the super human the comic books and movies...
In the worst of times we often see the best of people. Expected heroes, such as police officers, firefighters, paramedics, doctors and nurses, usually do what they’re trained to do in emergency situations and do so with valor. Then there are...
I remember the look on my dad’s face when Mickey Mantle died in 1995. For a brief minute I saw what dad must have looked like as a child when he watched his hero in action, followed quickly by the pain of his hero’s death. Junior Seau may...
Tags: Sports, Mickey Mantle, Football, San Diego Chargers, Junior Seau
Adelante ValleLOS ÁNGELES - Aun y con una tremenda desventaja en el número de salas, Salvando al Soldado Pérez dio la batalla en la taquilla el fin de semana de su estreno en Estados Unidos. Aunque se proyectó en apenas 161 salas, quedó ubicada en el quinto lugar por...
A lot of people think Edward Snowden is a hero. I think he’s a creep. He is the National Security Agency leaker, the guy who leaked information about U.S. surveillance programs that target terrorist communications. And he’s hanging out...
WSBT-TVGRANGER – A Granger woman is being called a hero after jumping into the St. Joseph River and saving a young girl's life. Jennifer Eaton, a mother of four, says she just keeps replaying what happened Tuesday afternoon in her head. Eaton was at...
My son is a police officer. He recently performed a heroic deed that was picked up by the media. I'm incredibly proud of him for it. It goes without saying that police officers perform heroic deeds every day. I also happen to be the father-in-law of...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice
Where there's smoke arising from a free-speech matter, you're likely to find the fiery attorney Floyd Abrams. He's blazed a trail for freedom of the press from the Pentagon Papers case to protecting reporters' sources. He's just as incendiary when he's...
Channel Guide MagazineDwayne “The Rock” Johnson continues his dominating summer of turning up in just about everything as he headlines and co-executive produces the new TNT competition series The Hero, premiering June 6 at 8pm ET/PT. In The Hero, a diverse group of...
Sonia Taitz is the daughter of Lithuanian Jewish immigrants who survived a Dachau death camp. Her mother was a pianist, her father a celebrated watchmaker whose craft saved his life and allowed him, in turn, to save others. "The Nazis, he had always...
With all of the hoopla over the release of "Iron Man 3" and the upcoming "Man of Steel" movie, it's time that a real-life superhero shared the spotlight. She might not be able to fly. She might not wear a fancy costume. She might not even have opposable...
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