Category Archives: politics

May Day

For a country traditionally priding itself on hard work it never ceases to amaze me that the modern incarnation hates the workforce so much. As the United States moved from its colonial agrarian & trade economy into becoming an industrialized … Continue reading

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Moar gunz, more problems.

What does happen when a friendly fire incident occurs and an innocent student or fell staff member is injured or killed by a Gun Carrying Staff Member (GCSM)? Let’s face it, NYC released it’s Police Accuracy Report and showed they … Continue reading

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Supporting the First with a little Gen X era smarts

Someone posted an interesting meme that discusses how the different generations, beginning with Gen X, through the Millennial and into Gen Z, have embraced the modern era of exercising their First Amendment rights of Assembly, Petition and Free Speech. As … Continue reading

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Resist

I saw a couple of memes attributed to different economists and political operatives lately that talk about the most effective ways to engage in the #Resist movement. While most of it was pretty mundane stuff I decided to consolidate a … Continue reading

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Still Darkened

A year ago I set my public profiles on most of my social media and other places on line to black. As I stated back then, it was my own form of silent protest and a constant reminder that the … Continue reading

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keep moving forward, today and everyday

“If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.” Dr. MLK, Jr. Keep things moving forward: Volunteer your time, knowledge and … Continue reading

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Exercise your rights

Lack of physical exercise makes your muscles flabby. Lack of intellectual exercise slows your brain’s processes and allows it to retain less. Lack of exercising your rights cedes them and leaves you unrepresented. I recently changed the masthead on several … Continue reading

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