Tag: BLM

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I have a Facebook friend who is quite vocal on politics and really does not like what is happening in our government. She never suggests violence or anything close, she is just vehement. For about a year both she and her husband have been complaining that some of their Facebook posts are disappearing – completely […]

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Black Lives Matter (BLM) started as an online platform in 2013 by Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors and Opal Tometi. They are well educated, well spoken black women who have chosen social activism as a career (like Obama). For many of us, our experiences and beliefs are insufficient resources to easily understand these founder’s vision. So using […]

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The Rule of Law?

 

Most Americans claim to support the rule of law, especially over the rule of man. There is a good reason for this position: it is a foundational part of the ethos of our nation, one that is voiced (or at least given lip service) by most Americans. There is a long history of its practical benefits for society. While the nation has not always lived up to this precept, it has, by a long shot, been the norm more often than not. Those of us who believe in “playing by the rules” and supporting the rule of law do so under the belief and expectation that:

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I’ve tried to catch up on this story over the weekend First, let me say that I regard Cliven Bundy, and the collection of militia men who traveled there to side with him as essentially a right-wing version of the Occupy Wall Street movement. The other parallels that come to mind for me here are […]

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