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Ray Rice, Adrian Peterson, and The Spirit of God

I come from “a broken home.” A broken home…. What does that even mean? Most people define a broken home as one where the parents got divorced, but my home was broken by domestic abuse long before it was ever “broken” by divorce. 1,932 more words

5) Not Quite Sure


Dear Biddy,

One of your famous qualities was disobedience, a refusal to pay homage to money or men, institutional order. Growing up with Irish and Scottish blood in my veins and an oral history of a Greek man jumping ship it seems reasonable that a healthy disregard for authority is part of my DNA. 426 more words

Obama's Insanity on Climate Change

Obama’s Insanity on Climate Change
by Ian Sinclair
Morning Star
December 2012

Observing the US presidential race from the UK, on election night Joss Garman, Greenpeace UK’s Policy Director, tweeted “Fingers crossed America votes for enlightenment values/sanity #fourmoreyears #Obama2012”. 1,014 more words



By Sherwood Ross

The “largest lie,” wrote hisorian Howard Zinn, who died January 27th at age 87, is that “everything the United States does is to be pardoned because we are engaged in a ‘war on terrorism.’” 571 more words


A Young People’s History of the United States - a book review by Megan Manning


 “Maybe our future can be found in the past’s moments of kindness and courage rather than its centuries of warfare.” – Howard Zinn

Most history books are written by the winners, but this book presents history from a different point of view.  613 more words

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5 Books That Changed My Life

  1. Peace from Broken Pieces by Iyanla Vanzant

First inhaled back in 2013, this book literally helped me put all of the pieces of my puzzle together. 900 more words

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