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Why I feel comfortable using anonymous apps for meaningful conversations than Facebook?

Facebook as most of us know is now just a place to post pictures and share news links or YouTube links. So when a woman uses it for neither of the above and instead shares her thoughts on Facebook, she’s judged and labeled by her own ‘friends’. 243 more words

Free Speech and Press- From Flags to Novels

This past week, there has been a lot of discussion about Americans rights to freedom of speech and the press.  From President-Elect Donald Trump’s remarks about punishing those who burn the American flag through a loss of citizenship or having to spend a year in jail, to a Virginia school district banning the 1884 novel by Mark Twain, “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.”  This brings up the age old question, “What exactly does our First Amendment mean?” 435 more words

How Gender Pronouns Completely Undermine the Transgender Movement

Up until about 15 minutes ago, Transgenderism (is that even a word?) was referred to as Gender Dysphoria. Up until about 10 minutes ago, Gender Dysphoria was classified as a mental illness by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. 1,146 more words


My Nobel Quest 

I stand here with my face pressed against this window pain. My body might be here but my mind is far far away. Let me ask you a question have you ever told anyone you love them ? 231 more words

Free Thought

The Era Of Taking No More Shit, Stand Up, Speak Up, Take A Stand. No More Hate. (Thanks, Hamilton)

Last night the cast of Hamilton committed what may be seen as a revolutionary act. From the stage, they spoke directly to Mr. Pence, the Vice President Elect, at the curtain call on behalf of the majority of Americans who are concerned and frightened about the future of American in the hands of the new administration. 799 more words