Category Archives: Civil rights

Originally posted on Thirdeyemom:
A Word in Your Ear, a fantastic travel blog that I adore, started a fun travel and photography challenge called “A Word of the Day”. Basically she lets her dictionary open to a word and voila.…

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Dear Mr. President

I know you’re a busy man and I don’t want to take up too much of your time. Truth be told, I’d prefer not to take up any of your time as it might mean I have somehow been cross … Continue reading

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Cloudy with a chance of (seared, fleshy) meatballs

“Where are the leaders of the land? Where are the swells who run this show?“ Enjolras (Les Miserables) I’ve had a nagging feeling this week that there is a topic that the American public should be better educated and informed … Continue reading

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Full court press

Because Americans love their sports analogies…the President came out like Rocky Balboa on Red Bull as he made a resounding comeback in the second debate, the latest poll shows Romney gaining ground as they go around the final turn at … Continue reading

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Your world delivered…

“Mr. telephone man, there’s something wrong with my line When I dial my baby’s number, I get a click every time” By New Edition This week the Supreme Court of the United States of America codified the warrantless, wiretapping of … Continue reading

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It’s her story, too

“All I was doing was trying to get home from work.” Rosa Parks The year is 2012 and the human race has discovered the polio vaccine, transplanted the artificial heart and invented the Prius. We have built cities in deserts … Continue reading

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