Monthly Archives: February 2013

Deadly Evidence 2

Yesterday [Feb 27, 2013] in a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the controversial topic of a proposed federal ban on “military-style assault weapons” for private owners, Senator Lindsey Graham (R, S.C) said that fewer than 3% of all homicides in … Continue reading

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Critical Reading- Kailee Whiting

Anthony Ozomic It may be that without the donation of an organ, people will die, but with the nature of organ donation it’s a gift not a duty. 00:16 -Of course people will die if they don’t receive organs, that’s … Continue reading

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This is an award winning experimental short film. I found it fascinating.

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MGMT – Congratulations

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cB7IAXrCkO8

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Critical Reading – Kevin Buttari

0:07-0:12 – “…if I didn’t get a transplant in time, my life was running out fairly rapidly.” Lewington makes a consequential claim by saying that a lack of transplant could cause his death.  He also gives us the idea that … Continue reading

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Critical Reading – Billy Kluge

This is a critical reading of the video “Should organ donation be made compulsory – Jeanette Walker” 0:00 – 0:15 “When organs are taken from a dead body it’s done sensitively and people would not be able to tell from … Continue reading

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Critical Thinking – Anthony Matias

Anthony Ozimic 0:05- 0:17 – “It may be without the donation of an organ, people will die, but it’s the nature of organ donation, that it’s a gift; it’s not a duty” Here Anthony is making a casual claim by … Continue reading

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