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Tag Archives: First Amendment
Ending of Cultural Marxism and the influence of Political Correctness According to the Left, ‘the issue is never the issue; the issue is always the revolution.” In other words, the cause of political action that we see today being pushed … Continue reading
President Barack Obama told three people who repeatedly interrupted his latest speech on immigration to stop their yelling because he “just took an action to change the law.” Very interesting bit of reporting — not only does Emperor Obama bypass … Continue reading
Political Correctness…really? It was a glorious fall day. On the way home we stopped for Mexican food and I said to my longest standing friend, “They call this Indian summer.” No sooner had we arrived home than my significant other, … Continue reading
Working through some of our data here at The Contemplative Thinker especially what topics are being read and then again those that are never (it seems) read has brought forth a tremendous amount of perception and debate. Behind these front … Continue reading
THE INGREDIENTS OF AMERICA Candidly, I have been waiting for the appropriate moment to write this post. Far be it from me however, this is far more than what in today’s world we call a post. The elements of society … Continue reading
Public Schools We would like to make a very relevant coursework assessment as our empirical observations as well as research has shown us. There has been so much to say about Common Core curriculum that it is just alike or … Continue reading
Late at night – on New Year’s Eve – the Supreme Court dealt a blow to ObamaCare. Or so the Obama Administration felt; not that the ruling was in anyway unlawful, the Supreme Court of the United States finally allowed … Continue reading
Why Phil Robertson Got Suspended from Duck Dynasty “Good Morning America” anchor Robin Roberts used a Facebook post to acknowledge what friends and co-workers have long known: She is gay. Excuse me please, but what is this doing on the … Continue reading
So it has been stated, “How other people in future elections will negotiate candidates of color.” Please, we implore anyone reading this quibble to please be open and objective; we feel that this question is not wrong in asking. Please … Continue reading