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Bearden: weighing in on immigration

Hey, Micky. I’m getting ready to piss off a couple of people or two or three since I am fixing to weigh in on a sore subject called immigration. 538 more words

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There and Back

Everything unpacked put away and dirty clothes in the washer. Back to normal or sort of. The weather going and coming to and from Philly was gorgeously cool and then the shock of Oklahoma in July hit us as we started across Mizzou culminating in 100 plus as we cautiously re-entered Oklahoma. 670 more words

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Corporations Ceded Rights that Women are Not Allowed

Okay, owners of huge corporations have been ceded rights that women are not allowed to have. It violates their religious rights to pay for contraceptives that women need who might be employed at their place of business. 254 more words

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50th Anniversary of the signing into law of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

Today is the 50th Anniversary of the signing into law of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 by President Lyndon Baines Johnson. A monumental act that made sweeping changes in our nation and put us on the road to full citizenship of millions of our fellow citizens who had long suffered under Jim Crow laws and defacto segregation. 670 more words

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What Now: Ann Coulter?

Finally, we have been made aware of why our nation and its people are going down that rabbit hole of ‘moral decay’! Ann Coulter ‘The Wicked Witch of the Pithy Perversions’ has spoken. 422 more words

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Bergdahl: Another Rush to Judgment

Another rush to judgment from the drama queens and princes at Faux News on the prisoner exchange that got the Army Sergeant released from nearly 5 years of captivity. 445 more words

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Government: I am continually amazed by the lack of knowledge

I am continually amazed by the lack of knowledge exhibited by people who have degrees and should have knowledge about our government that they seem to lack and I have to assume that throughout their schooling process they were not taught and/or never took courses in government, business, civics or were privy to information through their schooling about the importance of Unions in the making of the middle class or how religion helped built unions and the middle class through radical activism. 646 more words

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