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After 30 years of being a registered republican I, as an older Italian American became an independent voter in 2016, because I felt that the republican party had lost its soul, its moral compass, the knowledge of what is right and wrong, a sense of decency and decorum. 1,188 more words


jilldennison reblogged this on Filosofa's Word and commented:

If you have read my blog for any length of time, you know that my biggest pet peeve is bigotry in any form. I have written about Trayvon Martin, Freddie Gray, Alton Sterling, Philando Castile, and so many more, and each one brings tears as I write, wrenches my heart, and sometimes causes me to despise much of mankind. My writer-blogger-friend Gronda has the courage to put the monkey on the proper back, to place the blame for the increase in racially-based hate crimes right where it belongs. Please, if you read no other post today, read Gronda’s top-notch piece. Many, many thanks, Gronda!

Speaking Up Against Hate

On Tuesday 4th July, 2017 America celebrated Independence Day.  Here at Hellesdon High School, meanwhile, we were making our own history. 

During period 5, year 8 pupils assembled in the hall for a special and pioneering assembly against Hate-Speech.  281 more words


Is Obsessive Love Of Islam Irrational? Does "Islamaphobia" Serve A Purpose?

I have problems talking about Muslims and Islam these days because there is so much rancor on both sides of the issue of whether or not Islam and Muslims pose any threats to the host countries where they tend to settle when they emigrate or migrate. 938 more words

Humanity over politics

This is a quick write response to the Daily Prompt, my general thoughts of late, and an inspirational video I came across.

I am exhausted by the weight of the world. 382 more words

Image Comics & Provoking Thought

You know, more often than not, and mainly because I’ve been a superhero fan of the Big Two for so long, I’m used to either Marvel or DC Comics making colossal mistakes with regards to representing people from marginalized groups. 1,281 more words


Lessons for the anti-war movement

by Andrew Murray

Labour’s campaign was a triumph for the politics of mobilisation, of which Stop the War has been a 21st century pioneer

‘We can now say that Stop the War policies are much more embedded in the mainstream of Labour Party thinking and indeed public opinion more widely.’ 2,568 more words

Labour Movement

Perhaps Someday We Will Learn How to Live

Every morning I awaken to a country bristling with hate, intolerance, and violence. 

Trump bullied his way to the presidency, exploiting public anxieties, e. g., steel belt resentment of jobs sent abroad, latent fears of a changing demographic replacing White homogeneity, evangelical rancor against abortion, and Islamaphobia, which sees every Muslim as a potential terrorist. 576 more words