Biggest Assumption Held By Public- Our Government Would Never Do That To Us
Beit as it may, headline is truth of the matter. The Biggest Assumption Held By Public, is that Government would never do that to us.
Undercover Investigative Journalism
Undercover Investigative Journalism explores muckrakers Julius Chambers, Nellie Bly and the Upton Sinclair book The Jungle, as well as the Mirage Bar in Chicago, Food Lion expose', Abscam sting, Walter Reed Hospital scandal, Fairlife Dairy, Mercy for Animals, & Planned Parenthood selling baby parts.
Remembering Dr. Aafia Siddique
Dr Aafia Siddique was a Pakistani woman, a neuroscientist who worked at USA. In March 2003, Aafia along with her children were kidnapped by an unknown authority. Later her children were released but she was imprisoned by the verdict of USA court. She contributed a lot, for Muslim community as well.
Perhaps We Need a New Oath for Those Privileged to Be Born Americans
America's presidents take an oath of office, persons wanting to become citizens of America take an oath of alegiance, Boy Scouts take an oath to become a scout, isn't it time there should be an oath for people fortunate enough to be born Americans? Here is that suggested oath and the reasons why.
The Gaslighting of America
The Gaslighting of America includes the origin of the term gaslighting, gaslighting defined, the purpose of gaslighting, who gaslights, psychological projection, Hollywood hypocrites. examples of gaslighting, narcissists, psychopaths, sociopaths, totalitarians, Theodore Dalrymple, Brandon Smith
January 6: Capitol Peaceful Protests, Riots, or Insurrection?
January 6: Capitol Peaceful Protests, Riots, or Insurrection? Trump Inauguration Riots, Kavanaugh Confirmation Riots, Antifa Black Lives Matter Riots, Brian Sicknick, Ashli Babbitt, FBI Led Capitol Riots, John Sullivan, Ray Epps, Capitol Protestors Mistreated held without bail, Democrats love riots
Famous Revolutionary Quotations
add → Photo Text Edit Collated throughout this article are some of the author's favourite revolutionary quotes. The revolutionary quotes are very roughly sorted into sections. There are some of the best-known quotes from Revolutionaries such as Marx, Engels, Lenin and from elsewhere
The War of the Flea: The Classic Study of Guerrilla Warfare' by Robert Taber
The guerrilla fights the war of the flea, and his military enemy suffers the dog's disadvantages: too much to defend; too small, ubiquitous, and agile an enemy to come to grips with.
Does Violence Achieve More Change Than Peaceful Protests?
When I marched in the George Floyd protests, the common slogan was "no justice, no peace". One year later, some justice has come around, but came about as a result of violence rather than peace. It falls into the old question of American politics of does violence work more than civil disobedience?
Normal Prejudice in Living.
The Idea of Prejudice and the Idea of Socialism is the main topic of this article. After living over half a hundred years, I have strong and settled opinions on that America is not perfect, but it is optimistically sound. One must search for himself and not be afraid to form solid beliefs.
Covid-19, the Opportunity for Youth Inclusion
If you have never had someone enter your house without invitation, then I guess Covid-19 must have given you a clue. No one can particularly blame anyone for the problems caused, but surely, there will be a a cause to blame for stagnation as a country or a corporate body, beyond this pandemic.
How Can We Battle the Ongoing Drug Crisis?
Almost 50 years ago in the summer of 1971, former president Nixon declared a war on drugs in the United States. Since the 1800s, laws and regulations have been passed to control substance abuse and overdose rates. What are the most effective regulations and programs to date, and what can we do?
Voting is Your Superpower: It's How We Change the World
Democracy is an interactive, participatory sport that demands that we take notice and act. Craig Yoe has compiled several comicbooks from the '50s & '60s that promoted voting and engagement with the voting process. This is that book.
Les Misérables 2020: Bring On the Student Rebellion
The Establishment has failed students over COVID-19. It is their future we have plundered. So let's stop using them as scapegoats, and encourage them to speak out against the most disastrous, disproportionate and irrational response to a virus outbreak in living memory.
We Need to Defund the Police Now: An Examination and Case for the Immediate Reallocation of Police Funds
This article is an examination and case study for the current movement to Defund Police. What "Defund Police" truly means. Its historical context and contemporary urgency, and how it is key in the fight to protect Black and Brown lives, all from the prospective of an educated Black man.
The Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone and the American Uprising
The George Floyd protests are at a turning point, and the outcome of the CHAZ experiment in Seattle is likely to determine what the future of the whole movement will look like.
A Riot is the Voice of Grief and the Language of the Unheard
For years activists have strived for their voices to be peacefully recognized. And for years the opposition laughed in their faces. The moderates rolled their eyes, and though the allies tweeted and shared their words of support, those words have not yet made a difference.
What a Climate Strike Means to Me
Throughout the past few months ( and even year) I've heard a lot of comments regarding the wave of climate strikes that began in 2018 and carries on until today. Let's talk about what climate activism means to brown communities like mine.
Fiction Phobias to Close You Down? Are you X-Phobic?
Phobias are meant to be medical terms, not insults to shut down debate and stymie free speech. It seems that many of the most popular and infamous phobias represent a new kind of social justice blasphemy that you violate at pain of losing your job. Meanwhile, we still need real insults.
Messiah Factory: Our Consistent Urge to Look up to the Few
Why is it that people feel the need to look up to others? Whether they are social activists, political leaders, fictional heroes, or even the local firemen, we feel the constant drive to declare for ourselves an enduring figure, even if we keep them at a distance.
What Is Probesity? The Normalization of Morbid Obesity
There is too much probesity going on these days – the opposite of the pro-ana (pro-anorexia nervosa) movement. Probesity is the normalization of significant overweight. There’s a big difference between pushing the idea of self-confidence no matter what your size and that of preaching probesity.
7 Unsung Indian Heroes Who Deserve a Biopic Based On Their Lives
7 Indians we strongly feel deserve a film in their own right.
Should JFK Airport be Renamed?
Status are falling and buildings are being renamed that honor historical figures that offend the tender sensibilities of leftist fringe groups. If we are determined to erase all of the names of those in America's history that were not without controversy, then isn't it time to rename JFK airport?
What Donald Trump Is Doing to America May Surprise You!
The Trump presidency is changing America in many ways, but the manner in which America is ultimately being transformed is not what some observers expected----the pendulum is swinging to the left.
The New York Times, Donald Trump, Stephen Bannon and Racism
Articles like this one in Monday's NY Times have one purpose and that is to create an illusion and to convince you and me that the illusion is real.