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The Democrat ( Socialist) Party Get's Upset With The Word "Mob" When In Fact That's Exactly What It Is

There have been numerous rumbles from the Democrat Party of being agitated with the word “mob” being used to explain their madness of surrounding people eating at restaurants; their madness of surrounding people at the capital building; their madness of surrounding people who are at peaceful demonstrations. 901 more words

One Year Ago Today: Confederate Statues

One year ago today, Tuesday the 15th of August 2017, we were deep into the aftermath of Charlottesville, the city in Virginia where a violent, white nationalist rally led to the death of an innocent counter-protester.  1,226 more words


Death of a Nation

Stoked, absolutely stoked to see this.

I watched Dinesh D’Souza’s 2016: Obama’s America many years ago (it came out in 2012 before his foolish re-election) and it was fantastic. 712 more words

#WalkAway:"Ever Since the Founding of the party, Democrats Have Used and Abused People of Color in this Country."

CJ Pearson has been around the political scene for a while, known in part because of how well he’s expressed his political views and values, and for doing so at an exceptionally young age. 319 more words


An Archetypal Perspective on Homegoing

Archetypes are everywhere. From the novels we read, to our day-to-day lives. I am currently reading the novel Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi, and have come across several archetypes so far. 1,182 more words

"The "New" Jim Crow"

We hope our country has moved beyond the days of Jim Crow……….

But now, a  new Jim Crow mentality has appeared……..

Consumers denied services because of whose hand holds their own…….patrons banned from restaurants because of work and political affiliations……….. 92 more words

Life Musings From A Reiki Master And Intuitive Animal Communicator

Malcolm X in his own words by Sarah Machajewski

Malcolm X, the famous African American activist, remains a figure of controversy years after his assassination in 1965. This book uses the embattled leader’s own words to explore his life, from the early death of his father to his own untimely death.

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