Tag Archives: exploitation

  • RELATIONSHIPS: Something to Make You Think Hard About Marriage and Even Harder About Divorce

    Jan 13, 14 by EurPublisher Leave a comment


    *(Via iDateDaily) – How does it feel to know that there are people exploiting your triumphs and your grievances? When you marry, there are fees for the wedding, the invitations, the venue, the planner, etc. While there are many ways that you can skirt around the unfortunate path of spending thousands or millions of dollars […]

  • Sports Figures Setting Themselves Up to be Exploited & Extorted

    Jun 30, 12 by EurPublisher Leave a comment


    *It’s unbelievable how so many intelligent and highly visible men do really stupid things … like texting or emailing photos of their “stuff” to women they don’t really know. It’s an amazingly easy way to get put in a trick bag. according to an article at The Root: Unless you normally pose in the nude […]

  • The Socialist’s Journal: A Special Industry

    May 1, 12 by Trevor Brookins Leave a comment


    *Imagine an industry that virtually guarantees higher earnings for those involved in it. And because of this institutions in this industry are able to turn away potential customers. Imagine also that despite turning away potential customers, and being classified as non-profit entities, most institutions in this industry consistently record annual profits. Now consider the labor […]

  • The Socialist’s Journal: From Louis XIV to Jerry Jones

    Feb 22, 11 by Trevor Brookins Leave a comment


    *Unless negotiations change dramatically in the near future, the NFL owners will lock out their players soon. And when they do most people will take the wrong side in the dispute. Approximately 500 years ago when absolute monarchs presided over their kingdoms, they decided that the best way to prove God truly favored them was […]

  • The Socialist’s Journal: The Tyranny of Perspective

    Feb 15, 11 by Trevor Brookins Leave a comment


    *The most central obstacle in international relations between any two countries is that of perspective. From their own point of view each country believes it is operating permissibly. Of course those not associated with the country may believe the exact opposite: that the country is exhibiting unnecessary animosity in diplomatic relations. The problem of self […]