Derrick L Weston discusses the dehumanizing of America from within. Because truly, we are not miserly in our ethnic or racial meanness under the current administration. We shoot our own citizens, under the least riskiest of situations. In the back, running away… via Whatever Happened to Compassion? Advertisements
If you’re not up on this by now, it’s time to start educating yourself, before it’s too late. The dreams and minds of your children depend on you understanding this, and stopping it before the ugligarchy take over.
Before the American Reformation Era began, cheating and lying had almost been normalized by legal settlements, and media forgetfulness.
For anyone unfamiliar with the recent history and conflict of North and South Korea and why the United States figures into the mix, Fareed Zakaria boils it all down into a few clear paragraphs. Wow. I’ve never been able to boil anything down to clarity, ever. I guess that’s why I’m blogging from my Carolina […]
HELLO! Once again, our neoliberal superhero, Morna McDermott, has found yet another corrupt corporate boondoggle of ethics, and civil rights violations (for starters) who couldn’t make enough easy construction profits the normal, briefcase-full-of-money-in-kickbacks way, right there in Maryland College Park. But don’t let me ruin the fun for you, check it out here, via A […]
Source: Talking about mental health after mass shootings is a cop-out This is impressive commentary, by Fareed Zakaria, on what should be obvious to Americans by now. I would even go a step further, and call out the NRA as probably a criminal organization at this point, not unlike the Mob, of the early twentieth […]
Source: Say hello to a post-American world The incredible slight in all of this, that Fareed elucidates, starkly, yet reassuringly, is that the world moves on easily without America, the superpower. The elevation of our most mediocre, our basest and mundane, to America’s highest realm – with our own permission and utter transparancy, mind you […]
Source: My Response to the New York Times’ Google Article: What They left Out. A Lot! And to my dear friend, Morna McDermott, thanks for keeping them honest, because at the end of the day, this is what democracy looks like: