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And There Goes the SCOTUS

The AP tells us...

President-elect Donald Trump has met with one of the judges on his short list for potential Supreme Court nominees, less than two weeks before he is expected to announce his choice for the nation’s highest court. 717 more words

Wingnuttia

Writing Wednesday - Branded

There’s a blog post I just read that left me blinking a bit. In it, to paraphrase, the advice given was basically: “don’t post controversial opinions or express views if you think it has the possibility of upsetting readers.” 1,135 more words

Writing Wednesday

Review: "#Blur" by Cambria Hebert

#Blur (GearShark, #4)
by Cambria Hebert

4.25 Infinity stars

“You’re my why. The why.”

#Blur was definitely a great addition to the GearShark series, one I truly enjoyed. 702 more words

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Martin Luther King, Jr. and Darkness: Theology for liberation today

A woman inspired Dr. King’s “I Have a Dream” speech. A woman named Reverend Dr. Prathia Hall. As a young activist involved in SNCC (Student Non Violent Coordinating Committee), she spoke the words, “I have a dream,” now immortal, that have become etched in our national conscience and history. 4,250 more words

Enfranchisement

#atheism

Okay, so everyone who reads this blog knows I’m a loudmouth.  I get it.  I’m the kind of person that a lot of people ignore on Facebook (if you’re reading this then you’re not one of those, so THANK YOU), and it seems everyone’s in the place right now where they unfollow or ignore everyone except those who agree with them on social media.   2,994 more words

Feeeeeeeeelings

Southwest of Salem.

These documentaries are the stuff of modern horror movies. Innocents are wrongfully convicted of child sexual abuse and incarcerated and mistreated. No matter what evidence they provide to show their accusers wrong, no matter what lies and falsehoods they can reveal, the legal machinery rolls on as they see the world of reason, logic and justice desert them as they descend further and further into their nightmare. 235 more words

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