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  • why do we still use the electoral college

    There has been somePdiscussion about why we still have the Electoral College formally choose the President and the Vice President. The Electoral College was originally created because the Founding Fathers didnt trust the common man to make good decisions. The Electoral College was established in the Constitution as a safeguard against the common people making poor choices for their leaders. Today, the Electoral College exists mainly because of tradition. It has been a part of…

  • why do we see ourselves in the mirror

    Do you see yourself how you really are or how others want you to be? This can seem like an insignificant question, butPit s very important. Once we start reflecting upon this, we realize that maybe other people don t see us the same way that we see ourselves. For example, how you behave or what you show with these behaviors will make people form an image of you that you may not share. are…

  • why do we sweat when we are cold

    I noticed that when it s cold, I actually sweat more under the arms. No amount of antiperspirant stops it. It just gushes out like a fountain and I m always finding myself going in the bathroom to soak it up with tissue so it does not go through my clothes. It does not help that short sleeve shirts arn t available at this time of year so any new clothes I buy are long…

  • why do we study the new testament

    –≤New Testament studies–≤, as most of us learned the discipline, depends on some fundamental assumptions: that scientific history leads us toward objective, secure knowledge of the past; that careful method can unlock the real meaning of a stable text; that we have an audience who genuinely care what we say. Every one of these assumptions has become problematic. For the future, we must not give up on historical research, but we must think more urgently…

  • why do you like hip hop music

    Rap music went from an underground movement from the streets of 1970s New York City to a massive force in the music industry, with rap singles topping the pop charts. Since its inception, people have been listening to rap music for its beats, lyrics and, some argue, for its glorification of American violence. Rapping is part of the larger growing hip-hop culture which also includes graffiti writing, break dancing, emceeing and DJing. Rap music, as…