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Notre Dame, False Dichotomies, and Societal Values

Why Believing in One Concept is not Necessarily Contrary to Another By Katherine Fry, CEO/President Mediafy Communications Group “Speaking as a Catholic here…please don’t donate money to help Notre Dame. The church is worth $300 billion. Donate to help Puerto Rico recover. Donate to get the people of Flint clean water. Donate to get kids […]

Julian Assange, A Cat, and Diplomatic Asylum

The Role of A Furry Feline in an International Arrest By Katherine Fry, CEO/President Mediafy Communications Group Julian Assange lived as a guest of the Ecuadorian embassy for more than seven years. Running from various charges, including a rape accusation in Sweden and an espionage charge by the United States, the embassy encompassed his last […]

King Mohammed VI of Morocco, Boeing, and Accountability

Why Maintaining the Trust of Subjects or Clients is Paramount to Business Success By Katherine Fry, CEO/President Mediafy Communications Group Honesty and accountability are two characteristics required for a business to succeed. Boeing and the Kingdom of Morocco have recently devolved into chaotic situations, betraying the trust of their clients or subjects. Once a beloved […]

New Hire

Mediafy Communications Group announces the appointment of Christi Wilson as their new Indexing and Online Reputation Specialist. A native of Chattanooga, TN., Ms. Wilson is a graduate of Silverdale Baptist High School. The proud mother of two children, Christi enjoys music, make-up, and all things spooky-especially horror films. A dedicated and determined young lady, Mediafy […]

Hans Selye, Stress, and Rules for Success

Nine Methods To Implement For A Successful Career And Life By Katherine Fry, CEO/President Mediafy Communications Group As a business owner, dealing with stress has become part of my daily life. Stressors include taking care of my family, taking care of my employees, taking care of my clients, and taking care of myself. For many […]

The Irish Republic, the British Empire and Rebellion

Can Revolution be Reconciled with Love For Queen and Country? By Katherine Fry, CEO/President Mediafy Communications Group I have often been accused of seeing the world through royal-colored glasses. As a history major in college, I, more often than not, gravitated toward the study of British history and it’s colonialism around the world. As the […]

Class Conflict, Elitism, and the Celebrity Cheating Scandal

How Marxism interprets Current Events in Our News By Katherine Fry, CEO/President Mediafy Communications Group This week, the world rocked with news of what appears to be a diabolical cheating scandal involving some of our most beloved celebrities. From hired aces taking SAT tests to schools waiving normal admission requirements for a hefty fee, celebrities […]

Reactions to “The Space Shuttle, Ted Bundy, and Unplanned Pregnancies.”

This e-column is devoted to the reactions I received to an article I wrote entitled, “The Space Shuttle, Ted Bundy, and Unplanned Pregnancies.” If you have not read this article, it is available at: https://www.mediafycommunications.com/the-space-shuttle-ted-bundy-and-unplanned-pregnancies/ As the author of an e-column, I am privy to emotions on all side of the political spectrum. As a […]

Are We Saved By Good Works or God’s Grace?

An Episcopalian’s Interpretation of Recent Traumatic Events By Katherine Fry, CEO/President Mediafy Communications Group Raised an Episcopalian, I have always been encouraged to think for myself and question the scriptures. For me, the Bible has always been a compilation of metaphors, symbolism, and opinions. In my particular brand of Christianity, literal interpretation of the Bible […]

Is Citizenship a Right?

An Analysis of the Cases of Shamima Begum and Hoda Mathuna By Katherine Fry, CEO/President Mediafy Communications Group Is citizenship a right? Children born in the United States have a right to US citizenship, as long as they are not born to a foreign diplomat. However, citizenship can be revoked if the person: Lies on […]