We all know liberty is important. After all…it’s either liberty or tyranny. There is no third option. We all believe in these things called unalienable rights, or fundamental rights, yes? These rights belong to us at birth and no one has legitimate authority to take them from us. In fact, in America we often consider Read More
Americans tend to think of things in a rather linear straightforward manner. As an example, a court is a court, right? The funny thing is, the United States government knows the public thinks in a very linear straightforward manner and it uses that against the very people it exists to serve – the American people.
Over the last 10 years or so I have observed a marked increased in the concerns expressed by parents, and others, as to what information is to be presented to students in school.
It looks like those disgusting excuses for human beings who support discrimination against homosexuals are now getting desperate astheir internal sickness is being rejected across the political spectrum.
Not long ago I was having a discussion with some people about discrimination against those with visible tattoos. A recurring theme in the discussion, by some, was that tattoos project an unprofessional appearance.
Several months ago I wrote an article entitled “Are Tattoos in the Workplace Really ‘Unprofessional’”. In that article I quoted a woman whose remark about tattoos was posted on a website. She said, “Tattoos shout non-conformist.”
I don’t know about you, but I have had it with police abuse. It continues at a rampant pace. Every day you can find a new deluge of audio and video evidence of criminal conduct by police. And nothing changes.
I would never have imagined on New Year’s Eve 2012 that 2013 would be such a momentous year for me. I wish I could say it was momentous in a positive sense.
How many people have tattoos in America is hard to factually, determine, but there are some numbers that can help us do a decent job of “pinning the tail on the donkey”.
You might think from the title of this piece that I’m referring to what has taken place so far during the trial. Though I would agree what we’ve seen has been pretty nutty, that’s not what I’m referring to.