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The day Democracy died in Ecuador

My fellow human beings. Please read this post, look at the videos and share this story with everyone you know, because this story will not be told in the newspapers. 476 more words

Russians Wonder If They Elected The Right U.S. President 

A new survey released today shows that the majority of Russians have reservations about President Trump and are beginning to wonder if they elected the right person to lead the free world. 195 more words

Politics

People Love Me... Believe Me... What Did Trump Just Say???

It’s no secret, America is in crisis. Deep doo-doo, if you please. This actual fact is easily evidenced by the growing hordes of rightfully concerned and disgruntled people living within our borders, legal or not, who are deeply disturbed by the current administration’s lack of empathy, experience, and far right bordering on alt. 816 more words

Political

Anthropology Friday: Slavery Narratives (pt 4/4)

Welcome back to Anthropology Friday. Today we’re finishing Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States. (available on Amazon.) These stories were gathered in the 1930s as part of a Federally-funded program to get people working and preserve first-hand accounts of the history of the United States before everyone involved passed away. 4,144 more words

Anthropology

Citizenship,  Patriotism & National Security

I was labeled early in the 2015 primaries as one of them Bernie Bros and couldn’t understand how something like this could have formed so quickly as a universal opposition to a Democratic challenger. 1,041 more words

Seirra College

Election fraud

There’s a debate within the U.S. about whether or not “voter fraud” happened. Did millions of people vote illegally, or is that just another lie? This is the wrong question to ask. 669 more words

Dreaming Politics