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The Saga of Pepe the Frog ...

There once was a cartoon frog named Pepe.  His creator, Matt Furie, had no idea that Pepe would become a star.  Frankly, I doubt he would have, left to his own devices, for as cartoon frogs go, Pepe is far from being the cutest. 802 more words

Political Commentary

Action & Some Words

In light of recent events in this country and the emboldenment of white supremacist groups, I wanted to take this week to give some attention to two groups that actively work against this evil. 170 more words


Why Racism is Everybody’s problem

Why Racism is Everybody’s problem

It used to be that those who played no part in historical slavery, either directly or indirectly, by their ancestry or lineage, could wash their hands of this most egregious of all American sins. 1,719 more words


Rupert Murdoch son's rebuke of Donald Trump may signal a shift

At 5:55 p.m. on Thursday, James Murdoch sent an email to a list of blind-copied recipients offering a striking repudiation of President Trump and a pledge to donate $1 million to the Anti-Defamation League. 120 more words

The following post was published in September 2016 but it was very prescient of recent events in August 2017, almost a year, later. But it is also a reminder that the GOP and the vast majority of Evangelicals were fully cognizant of who they were propping up to become the next US president. 1,142 more words


Text of James Murdoch's email denouncing Trumps response to Charlottesville

By Stephen Muthoka

Subject:Personal note from James Murdoch :ADL

I’m writing to you in a personal capacity as concerned citizen and a father. 367 more words

International Politics

Apple's Tim Cook Condemns Trump on Charlottesville, Announces Human Rights Donation

Apple CEO Tim Cook says President Trump’s response to the violence at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville contradicts American values.

In an email to Apple employees on Wednesday night, Cook called for an “unequivocal” denouncement of hate and bigotry, rejecting Trump’s  292 more words