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United States v. O'Brien (1968)

“United States v. O’Brien, 391 U.S. 367 (1968), was a decision by the Supreme Court of the United States, which ruled that a criminal prohibition against… 166 more words

Vietnam War

Where Do You Stand?

This is one of the issues I explore from time to time, in my head and in conversation.  What issue? Politics. I think I am mostly a conservative, but then I take a few tests and they say I am a Libertarian on the left.   866 more words


Where do we go from here

Friday night, looking at my Facebook feed I was seeing a lot from friends about the white supremacists rally in nearby Charlottesville. And I had an really terrible foreboding feeling well up in my stomach. 2,168 more words

Starting on a fresh journey of inclusivity

Dal lake is again shimmering with silence. No one knows what exactly is happening and no one knows where we are headed. Each day for us is like an unexpected tryst with destiny and each one of us is struggling to be alive and awake. 1,030 more words


How to proceed when all seems to be lost

Leader is what people behind him really are – even if that means an edifice raised on disdain of propaganda and fiction. The disillusioned standing behind the leaders make up their strength and outline the marginal difference of the lobbies they individually subscribe. 1,035 more words