Sanctity of Life

Paris Attacks Highlight Western Vulnerability, And Our Selective Grief And Outrage

. . . let's not do that. Weaponized mourning. Let's not do that. Collective punishment of those assumed to be similar to the assumed perpetrators. Let's not do that. Muslims lives count. ~ Kate Scott As France enters yet another period of mourning, Lebanon is just emerging from one. Not that you probably heard anything … Continue reading Paris Attacks Highlight Western Vulnerability, And Our Selective Grief And Outrage

Dumb Bernie Sanders Delusions: Progressives Who Champion Sanders Need To Consider This -

and no, it’s not the Supreme Court. By DAVID MASCIOTRA The one issue that no one -- including Democrats -- wants to discuss is precisely the topic America must confront Images of dead children awash on the shore haunt social media feeds and appear throughout mainstream media coverage of the global refugee crisis. The corpses … Continue reading Dumb Bernie Sanders Delusions: Progressives Who Champion Sanders Need To Consider This -

Luiz Antonio Discovering The Sanctity Of Life

By Luiz Antonio Luiz Antonio - A argumentação para não comer polvo (the argument not to eat Octopus) Cognitive Liberty Through positive parenting this young child is given room to think, feel, decide, and act. An exercise in consciousness raising, for himself and his mother. Yes, Luiz, you have done something beautiful. You have exercised … Continue reading Luiz Antonio Discovering The Sanctity Of Life

Honoring Anja Niedringhaus: This Brave Woman Gave Her Life To Bring You The News (Truth)

Associated Press photojournalist Anja Niedringhaus was shot to death by an Afghan policeman Friday. She was on the job, and, according to a note from the AP, she may have been targeted. Niedringhaus was an accomplished journalist who, in 2005, won both the Pulitzer Prize and the International Women’s Media Foundation Courage in Journalism Award … Continue reading Honoring Anja Niedringhaus: This Brave Woman Gave Her Life To Bring You The News (Truth)

"I Will Not Vote For Evil; I Want A Different System"

This year marks the 30th anniversary of Alice Walker's, Pulitzer Prize-winning book, The Color Purple. She was recently at George Mason University reading from this great work. She agreed to share a poem when asked by Amy Goodman who was with Alice during the inauguration of President Obama in 2008. ALICE WALKER: Yes, I’d like … Continue reading "I Will Not Vote For Evil; I Want A Different System"