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The Intersection of Law and Literature: Analyzing Book Bans and Abuse of Power

Threatening to imprison a librarian for issuing a book - they did not write - to a child, is a blatant abuse of power. This is the stupid equivalent of giving a teacher a gun to shoot a school shooter in front of her...

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The Intersection of Law and Literature: Analyzing Book Bans and Abuse of Power

Threatening to imprison a librarian for issuing a book - they did not write - to a child, is a blatant abuse of power....

Lies and Misinformation is Not Free Speech

People have misrepresented the original, Constitutional meaning of free speech and infiltrated it with lies and misinformation within news articles and social media post,...

Teachers with Guns is an Irresponsible and Reckless Idea

The twisted logic behind why people believe it is a good or caring idea to allow teachers to have guns is bewildering. Apparently, some...

Rural America Vs. Urban Dwellers Vs. Coastal Elites

Among the race and class divide in America, there is a geographical divide that has deepened political animosity and fueled culture wars. The electoral...

Apartment Rental and Home Ownership Turned Wall Street Racket

Government reluctance to regulate Wall Street is causing a crisis in housing. Investors are given free-reign over the housing market, which is affecting home...

12,000 Reasons Blacks and Other Colors Need to Arm Themselves, Now

On Tuesday, April 2 2024, “the 12,000-member Police Officers Association of Michigan (POAM) disgraced itself by endorsing Donald Trump for president.” This endorsement completely...

The Great USA: Caught in a Web of Constitutional Lies

It is going to be interesting to watch how the most brilliant political and legal minds of this century lie their way out of...

The Racist Calling the Kettle Black: Reverse Racism is a Lie

Here is a breakdown of the psychology of reverse racism in America: At one time the Democrats were the most racist party in America, (called...

People Who Refuse to Pay Taxes, Should Leave the Country

Like an interwoven support group that grows with small donations from the members, the United States government collects taxes from its citizens in order...
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It All Comes Down to the Power to Make Them Suffer

Multiple political analyst and social media pundits describe the retaliation of Israel against Hamas and the Palestinian people (with no effort to differentiate between the two), as a justified, almost God-given duty for...

The Riverfront Brawl Was Not Amusing; It is the Strategy of the Wealthy

Too many mainstream news outlets are analyzing the Alabama riverfront brawl as broken race relations, revisiting retro-slave history and suggesting the possibility of a Hollywood production of a great movie. Too many viewers...

Cigarette smoking rate hits new all-time low for U.S. adults

U.S. cigarette smoking dropped to another all-time low last year, with 1 in 9 adults saying they were current smokers, according to government survey data released Thursday. Meanwhile, electronic cigarette use rose, to about 1 in 17 adults. The preliminary...

Warren Buffett’s Financial Plan To Eliminate America’s Debt

Warren Buffett, renowned investor and business tycoon, is no stranger to sharing his insights on various economic and fiscal issues. In an interview with Becky Quick on CNBC, Buffett proposed a daring strategy for addressing the...

The Business of Making and Maintaining Criminals

There is a common philosophy among society that if a person has committed a crime and have done their time in jail and paid their debt to society, that reentering that same society should not...
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GOP billionaire who funded Clarence Thomas’s vacations has also given thousands of dollars to Kyrsten Sinema and Joe Manchin

A Republican megadonor has been secretly funding lavish vacations for Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas, according to a new ProPublica report. But Texas billionaire Harlan Crow's largesse goes far beyond yacht trips and resort stays with the top...

The Skills-Based Workforce: Score One for the People Over Capitalism

In a twist of economic fate, more employers are turning to skills-based applicants instead of those with college degrees. The numbers are slowly turning the tide in hiring because the job market is...

The Intersection of Law and Literature: Analyzing Book Bans and Abuse of Power

Threatening to imprison a librarian for issuing a book - they did not write - to a child, is a blatant abuse of power. This is the stupid equivalent of giving a teacher a gun to shoot a school shooter in front of her students, or calling the police on and arresting a child for having a temper tantrum. America’s lawmakers are apparently obsessed with law and order to a draconian degree. Never mind actually teaching people the correct way to problem solve, negotiate or defusing small matters, just jump right into law, order and punishment. Disregard understanding, compassion, second chances or common sense, use the military training and weaponry...

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The Riverfront Brawl Was Not Amusing; It is the Strategy of the Wealthy

Too many mainstream news outlets are analyzing the Alabama riverfront brawl as broken race relations, revisiting retro-slave history and suggesting the possibility of a Hollywood production of a great movie. Too many viewers also...

The Intersection of Law and Literature: Analyzing Book Bans and Abuse of Power

Threatening to imprison a librarian for issuing a book - they did not write - to a child, is a blatant abuse of power. This is the stupid equivalent of giving a teacher...

Lies and Misinformation is Not Free Speech

People have misrepresented the original, Constitutional meaning of free speech and infiltrated it with lies and misinformation within news articles and social media post, calling it free speech. Freedom of speech means the...

How the U.S. Work Ethic is Actually Based on Servitude, Not Productivity

Enshrined and preserved inside the United States’ Constitution is a provision for modern day slavery. In addition, women are stigmatized and penalized for not having children yet expected to work in lieu of...

It’s Not Just a Job, It’s Murder

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Lies and Misinformation is Not Free Speech

People have misrepresented the original, Constitutional meaning of free speech and infiltrated it with lies and misinformation within news articles and social media post,...

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The twisted logic behind why people believe it is a good or caring idea to allow teachers to have guns is bewildering. Apparently, some...

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Among the race and class divide in America, there is a geographical divide that has deepened political animosity and fueled culture wars. The electoral...

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