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Statistics and Fighting Against the Odds

I suppose you could consider this an expansion of my previous post about where I come from, and the experiences that led me to HGSE. 1,784 more words


Cramping the Agenda: Organizing for A Viable Third-Party

Lets take a little break from the musings of everyday philosophy and look into the spectrum of political philosophy. Russell Brand has his book out called Revolution calling for a revolution to overcome the political ideologies already in place. 955 more words

Construction Needs More Women

According to the Department of Labor, in 1985 women made up less than 1% of the workforce in construction. Today that number hasn’t changed all that much at 1.3%. 322 more words


Let’s Fix It: Your Attitude on Ferguson, Riots, and Underemployment

This was originally a comment in response to the article written by Jim Clifton, “Let’s Fix It: America Is Running Out of Entrepreneurs,” that grew far too long to be a comment. 546 more words


Laying Charges: UK Police Taser Use On Rise Against Mentally Ill, Minorities - 23 October 2014

Home Secretary Theresa May has ordered an inquiry into police use of Taser stun guns, after it emerged the weapons were increasingly and disproportionately used against black Londoners and the mentally ill. 94 more words


Lessons from History: ISIS of our Days, is Taliban of the Last Century

“History repeats itself” one of the most controversial sayings out there that has lead to many debates and to lots of digging in our history just to prove it right or wrong. 1,236 more words