Tag Archives: diversity

This is what it looks like when we give in to our darker angels

I'm not a woman but I believe in equal pay. I'm not an LGBTQ but I believe in equal marriage rights. I'm not an Immigrant, but I believe that DREAMers… Read more »

When screaming about “freedom” and “liberty” is code for “censorship”

On Friday night, the Washington Post reported that the Trump administration had banned the Centers for Disease Control from using certain words in any official documents being prepared for next… Read more »

‘Tis better to be thought a fool than to go on Twitter, hit “ENTER,” and remove any lingering doubt

I feel like you got more than enough representation on this cup with the two snowflakes https://t.co/J4Er130DPq — Jason Linkins (@dceiver) November 18, 2017 @Starbucks can’t u guys just make… Read more »

It’s not difficult to be an American worth defending

To thank a soldier, be an American worth fighting for. – from the marquee of the Kona Baptist Church in Puuloa, HI I can think of no better way to… Read more »

“No one is born hating another person…if people can learn to hate, they can be taught to love”

To all my conservative friends who want to blame the Trump spectacle on America at large: Nice try, but no sale. If you want to blame someone for it, blame… Read more »

“Whenever men or women are persecuted…that place must- at that moment- become the center of the universe”

We must always take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented. – Elie Wiesel Sometimes we must interfere. When human lives are… Read more »

“At least he’s doing something”

Jack goes to neighbor’s garage and breaks in, steals lawnmower, cuts initials into their lawn, drinks all their beer, passes out on the driveway. California GOP: At least he’s doing… Read more »

“We are here because the United States was open and tolerant enough to let us in”

Lost in the Sturm und Drang over the executive order issued by America’s First Monarch © is the truth that most Americans strongly oppose such tyranny. The majority of Americans… Read more »