Category Archives: Civil Rights

A group comprised mostly of black activists

A group comprised mostly of black activists A group comprised mostly of black activists dedicated to preserving American history is calling for Confederate monuments and statues to be preserved as reminders and lessons of the darker side of the country’s … Continue reading

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What is with the Healthcare Act?

What is with the Healthcare Act? I generally try to keep about as far away from this type of dog fighting regarding the GOP versus Obamacare; moreover, it is basically how Americans feel about their own government and the intervention … Continue reading

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Was John F. Kennedy that good?

Was he that good? I hope this comes as no surprise to most of you who are reading, but as I have stated many times on this site I am in the process of having a book published. In fact, … Continue reading

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“Those who live in the past, have no future”

“Those who live in the past, have no future” I think at one time or another we have all heard this expression. It does not need a lot of analysis, or deep thought. As for me, I think it would … Continue reading

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Well, it is my chest!

Well, it is my chest! And it is my blog Unfortunately every now and again I’ll post a real rant, by my standards, of course. Mainstream media and those who read the news for you — I am coming just … Continue reading

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The Façade of Multiculturalism

The Façade of Multiculturalism Please do not be suckered into it! Their tactics are just about the same for multiculturalism as they have been for illegal immigration, or change of venue, life, and from where the money comes from; still, … Continue reading

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Of particular interest to everyone…

Of particular interest to everyone… As many of my current readers know, only too well, I am engaged in writing a best-selling book at this time (or, it is certainly my intention, Ha!) So day-to-day normally at this particular time, … Continue reading

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Providing for transmission of culture and to allow society to function satisfactorily…

Providing for transmission of culture and to allow society to function satisfactorily Culture is the means of ensuring the unity and survival of a society. The attitudes, behaviors, and understandings that individuals learn in groups’ ⸻ the culture of a … Continue reading

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The Supposed Journalism is too far out

The Supposed Journalism is too far out I woke in the middle of the night, as I have nearly every night since the U.S. presidential election, roused by a dream disturbing enough to stir me from sleep but nebulous enough … Continue reading

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Can one tell by the Face

Can one tell by the Face Well we’ve all heard the cliché expression, “You can’t tell the book by its cover,” admittedly; and I am reasonably correct in this context, that those who are trained to look at a person’s … Continue reading

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