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The suffering of a lion

In my last post (Cecil and the steakholders) I wrote about how I think we should deal with the omnivore outrage about Cecil the lion. 692 more words

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Who's Really a Hypocrite? Let's Not Forget Me.

One of the more popular tropes in Facebook pictures in recent days is the “hypocrite” meme regarding U.S. President Barack Obama. Let me share a few that I found doing a Google Images search for “Obama hypocrite.” 842 more words

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Media, politicians obsessed with trivia

I don’t know if the rest of the Australian population is as thoroughly sick of the trivia that currently makes up the news as I am, but I wouldn’t be surprised. 775 more words

Australian Politics

Lions, Dogs and Chickens...Oh Hypocrisy.

So everyone is crying over Cecil The Lion these days. This beautiful animal was mercilessly killed by an American dentist Walter Palmer who paid fifty five thousand dollars (I mean, how absolutely ridiculous is that?) so that he could track down the animal and take away his life. 543 more words

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Africa to Obama: Mind your own business

“ was complicit in the murder of Patrice Lumumba, supported apartheid South Africa against Nelson Mandela and his African National Congress (ANC, whom it declared terrorists), … 1,373 more words

Africa

Not So Polite Dinner Conversation: lies told about Planned Parenthood, so does religion make you more moral?

The attacks on Planned Parenthood were started with a lie, continued with lies when the Christian organization, Center for Medical Progress (known to have lied before), intentionally tried to edit the videos to present people untruthfully, and have continued with the lies told by politicians who are too lazy or too biased to care about the truth. 72 more words

Not So Polite Dinner Conversation

U.S. vs. Iraq: 25 Years and Counting

Hussein queried Glapsie: “What is the United States’ opinion on this?”

“We have no opinion on your Arab-Arab conflicts, such as your dispute with Kuwait,” Glaspie answered. 69 more words