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Posted: Jun 8, 2018
Take Responsibility for Your Sinfulness
Christian Post
We are broken. Our distance from God is immeasurable. We are not just disconnected from God, we are disconnected from people. Therefore, we feel we are alone as we walk through life. We are insecure, overwhelmed at times, with a sense of ...

Posted: May 30, 2018
New Jersey Hills

MACC to show 'Race to Nowhere' film tonight
New Jersey Hills
THE CHATHAMS – The ”MACC at the Movies” series will conclude Wednesday, May 30 with “Race to Nowhere,” a documentary about students throughout the United States who have been pushed to the brink by over-scheduling, over-testing and pressure to ...

Posted: May 29, 2018
The Media Online

A mirror to our gullibility: Mad Magazine's clout may have faded, but its ethos matters more than ever
The Media Online
Mad Magazine is still hanging on. In April, it launched a reboot, jokingly calling it its “first issue.” But in terms of cultural resonance and mass popularity, it's largely lost its clout. At its apex in the early 1970s, Mad's circulation surpassed 2 ...

Posted: May 26, 2018
MACC to show 'Race to Nowhere' film Wednesday
New Jersey Hills
THE CHATHAMS – The ”MACC at the Movies” series will conclude Wednesday, May 30 with “Race to Nowhere,” a documentary about students throughout the United States who have been pushed to the brink by over-scheduling, over-testing and pressure to ...

Posted: May 20, 2018
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

How Mad Magazine made America think straight
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Each spy was pledged to no one ideology, but rather the complete obliteration of the other — and every plan ultimately backfired in their arms race to nowhere. The cartoon highlighted the irrationality of mindless hatred and senseless violence. In an ...

Posted: May 18, 2018
Bangor Daily News

Mad magazine's clout may have faded, but its ethos matters more than ever before
Bangor Daily News
Each spy was pledged to no one ideology, but rather the complete obliteration of the other — and every plan ultimately backfired in their arms race to nowhere. The cartoon highlighted the irrationality of mindless hatred and senseless violence. In an ...

Posted: May 16, 2018
Scroll.in

Why we need 'Mad' magazine more than ever before
Scroll.in
Mad Magazine is still hanging on. In April, it launched a reboot, jokingly calling it its “first issue.” But in terms of cultural resonance and mass popularity, it's largely lost its clout. At its apex in the early 1970s, Mad's circulation surpassed 2 ...

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Posted: May 16, 2018
Washington Post

Why 'What, me worry?' is the slogan we need in 2018
Washington Post
Each spy was pledged to no one ideology, but rather the complete obliteration of the other — and every plan ultimately backfired in their arms race to nowhere. The cartoon highlighted the irrationality of mindless hatred and senseless violence. In an ...
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Posted: May 14, 2018
The Beachwood Reporter

Mad's Clout May Have Faded, But Its Ethos Matters More Than Ever
The Beachwood Reporter
Mad magazine is still hanging on. In April, it launched a reboot, jokingly calling it its "first issue." But in terms of cultural resonance and mass popularity, it's largely lost its clout. At its apex in the early 1970s, Mad's circulation surpassed 2 ...

Posted: May 13, 2018
MACC to show 'Race to Nowhere' film May 30
New Jersey Hills
THE CHATHAMS - The "MACC at the Movies" series will conclude Wednesday, May 30 with "Race to Nowhere," a documentary about students throughout the United States who have been pushed to the brink by over-scheduling, over-testing and pressure to ...