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Colin Kaepernick Blasted for Refusing to Stand for National Anthem Over ‘Oppression’ of Black People

IF he does not want to stand or say The Pledge of Allegiance, as an NFL player …then fine him & don’t allow him to play for the rest of the season. 249 more words

Has Hillary peaked too early? A response to Clinton's rally in Reno, Nevada.

   On August 25th, two days ago, Hillary Clinton, in Reno, Nevada, arguably gave her most damning speech against her opponent, Donald Trump. This was a full half hour attempt to entirely turn his reputation, policies and character to mud. 682 more words

Alex Jones

"Trump can't win"

There are people who understand the ins and outs of “politics.” Don’t expect me to match the expertise of those glued to the ever changing map of party politics. 502 more words

Multiculturalism

“Provocative” dressing and the female body

CN: Burkini ban, racism, rape, transphobia, street harassment 

A few months ago, I bought a new top. It’s a denim crop top, lace on the sides, Hollister, second hand for £4. 821 more words

Donald Trump's Outreach Has Caught Activist Quanell X's Attention...

Wow, this is a little bit stunning.  Community activist Quanell X and AM 740 KTRH NewsRadio show host Matt Patrick discuss Donald Trump’s direct and honest appeal to the black community. 32 more words

Bias Against An Oppressor?

Like anyone else who has experienced repeated traumas as a member of an oppressed group, I can be unintentionally biased against individuals when I’m not on my game (tired of sorting the good apples from the hellacious mountain of bad ones, so to speak). 210 more words

Public Service Announcement

A Responce To Stefan Molyneux's Concept of Justice

The definition of the concept of justice as executed by Western social governmental units demands that those who are wronged do not have the right to directly initiate a personal process to directly claim their own justice through physical repatriation of the item taken but are required to petition the system through its often overly bureaucratic methodology to act as the official dispassionate interlocutor on their behalf. 744 more words

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