A man has not accepted responsibility for his actions until he stops apologizing for them.
Apologies are the discharge of my inner lawyer.
Where is the apology that changed the world? 6 more words
When people on a seashore observed a staged larceny of a radio from a nearby towel, only 20 percent reacted; but if whoever owns the towel first asked individuals to “please view my things,” 95 percent of them became near-vigilantes, chasing down the thief and powerfully grabbing back the radio. 260 more words
Not an easy post to work through, but capitalist greed has very human consequences. This post makes that cost very clear, in very human terms. Money was available to improve the facade, but only one fire escape, no sprinklers. 659 more words
On Monday 26th June, the Parliamentary Labour Party will discuss the order of possible Labour private members bills.
If you have a Labour MP, please ask them to attend this Parliamentary Labour Party discussion and support Margaret Greenwood’s NHS Bill as the one to be allocated to the Labour MP who comes highest in the ballot for Private Members Bills. 654 more words