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Muslim scholar draws 1,000 for Cal Poly speech on dangers of ‘Islamophobia’ Dalia Mogahed came to Cal Poly’s campus Saturday preaching a message of unity, and the nearly 1,000 people who filled Chumash Auditorium responded in kind — engaging in a … Continue reading
“How on earth did you know?” It is overwhelming to me at how some people in our country still covet Barack Obama and the fraudulent administration he was involved with for eight years. One can always hope that there will … Continue reading
Disappointed, angry, sympathetic, disillusioned, sick to my stomach I feel one of the greatest ideals in the making of a *1 Representative Democracy, *2 a Constitutional Republic, *3 a form of governance where rights, specifically ⸻ the right to peaceably … Continue reading
I very recently (within this week) received a letter from my Congressman, Rep. Elijah Cummings asking me to read some articles which I later found out were to further his cause of lambasting President Trump. So what we have here … Continue reading
“Being able to come to America is a privilege, not a right,” I believe it was Monday at the daily news briefing for those who have been appointed the White House as their area of operation when White House Press … Continue reading
The Religious Lobby: I just cannot tell you folks enough about how much of this globalization goo just undermines my skin! Today it happened shortly after listening to some news radio and feeling disgusted with the respondents the host was … Continue reading
The history of nations is mostly characterized by ethnic and racial uniformity, not diversity. Most national boundaries reflected linguistic, religious, and ethnic homogeneity. Until the late 20th century, diversity was considered a liability, not a strength. Countries and societies that … Continue reading
Members of Congress from both sides of the aisle are bracing for what is likely to be a contentious hearing on Capitol Hill over legislation aimed at protecting individuals and organizations who hold traditional views on marriage and sexuality. Although … Continue reading