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'A Riot Is the Language of the Unheard'

As the weekend begins I find myself not seeing anything that I would call “cool” to post on…….so I will retreat into the world of illusion and crap….politics. 373 more words

Society

Happy Blasphemy!

It’s Blasphemy Rights Day!

In appreciation for living in a country where it’s (currently) not illegal to say bad things about people’s beliefs, I’d like to state the following: 161 more words

Religion

To Kill a Mockingbird

The film version of Harper Lee’s novel was released in 1962.  I studied the book in 1976. I had no idea there was a film and back in the 70s, unless it was shown on television, there would have been no way to see it.   311 more words

Identity

Coates and New School Racism: “Something In It For Me?”

“But I did not take education seriously until I saw something in it for me, aside from what everyone else thought.” This is how the genius commentator and thinker on racism Ta-Nehisi Coates ends a series of blogs and articles written by him and one about him by another journalist in which Coates summarizes his philosophy for presenting education to black males in middle and high schools. 1,467 more words

Racism

French Caught Planning an ISIS False Flag Terror Attack on the French*

French Caught Planning an ISIS False Flag Terror Attack on the French*

By Baxter Dmitry

Reports from France indicate that the French government have been caught planning an ISIS false flag terror attack on its own citizens. 947 more words

Humanities

From Normal to Abnormal

From Normal to Abnormal
by JBS President Emeritus John F. McManus

Early in 2016, President Obama appointed a transgender individual to serve on the Advisory Council on Faith-Based Neighborhood Partnerships (ACFBNP). 687 more words

Politics

Rick Kelo- Taking on an American Taxation Institution

There are many policies and legislation in the US today that we just take for granted  and very rarely question. Certain laws and legislation we must abide by are so embedded in our system that we seldom take the time to wonder to ourselves- are these a good thing or not? 347 more words

Chicago