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Business English Pet Peeves

I have a few pet peeves. I prefer that shirts, even t-shirts and Hawaiian shirts, to be tucked in. I know it is silly, but for me it goes along with pants hanging about the knees showing off one’s Batman … Continue reading

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Reclaiming Political Language

I am a rhetorician – one who applies, studies and teaches language skills. On March 20, I wrote a column for the Columbia Missourian concerning Missouri’s legislators rejecting the officer of the Affordable Care Act’s Medicaid Extension that would add … Continue reading

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The Myths of Discriminaton

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Over the last few weeks, I have noticed a disturbing trend on the Facebook and LinkedIn sites. Not just anti-atheist ranting, that is normal and somewhat expected. No, there appears to be more anti-Semitic rants, aimed at Jews and Muslims. … Continue reading

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