By Richard BrodyYou can't have it both - ways, nor should you be allowed to! Isn't it amazing, that so many of the people, who want to restrict other people's freedoms, when it opposes their perspective/ point - of - view, such as, regarding Women's Rights, or opposing protests, etc, use this rhetoric, to justify, their insistence, on prematurely, opening up this nation, which has been closed, for public health reasons? When so many have been inflicted, and tens of thousands in this country,
NOT A POT TO PISS IN
NOR A THICKET TO THROW IT IN
AND LOOK AT WHAT DESCENDANTS OF SLAVES WANT
Blacks sleep in the streets, eat out of garbage, attend the worst of the most inferior schools in the country, live in the Ghettoes of urban cities, endure racial profiling, are denied justice, have no genuine representation in Congress, and vote every four years and get absolutely nothing out of it. And what do Blacks want these days?
Descendants of Slaves who are yet captives in another man’s land have g
Leaders of the Civil Rights Movement are colluding with media to rewrite history – yes, rewrite history. Both entities assert that all of Black activism during the 1960s and 1970s was part of the Civil Rights Movement. They have even coined the period, the Civil Rights Era. There were other movements going on during the same period as the Civil Rights Movement. Just as (some say) the Civil Rights Movement is the legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the Black Power Movement is the lega
Some people would call the demonstrators and those in support of them radical and trouble makers, but that would not at all be the truth. Blacks have been a restrained and a controlled people in these lands and in all the lands that took Slaves to build their empires. And since the end of Slavery, descendants of Slaves have endured pain and suffering, cruelty and endless racist acts that have been covered up or rendered nonexistent, and have been left out of the equal distribution of wealth.
What an empowering day.
There in Da
Paul Scott -
The date is August 28th 2010, and Glenn Beck stands before a crowd of 100,000 fellow Conservatives holding the severed head of a Martin Luther King Jr statue like a victorious Roman gladiator. With Sarah Palin by his side, he, triumphantly, yells, "free at last; free at last," as the civil rights leaders can only weep from afar...
There is an old saying that if you love something, set it free and if it doesn't come back it was never yours to begin with; so it is with Glenn Beck a
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