Tag Archives: freedom
Were I to write a Constitution, as a founding document of a country, I’d base it on the US Constitution. It would be clearly stated that the nation would be a secular nation, founded on no one religious doctrine and … Continue reading →
A bucket list is a list of activities (usually one hundred or so) you want to do before you die. Everyone should have a bucket list. Here’s my list of thirty things I want to do before I die, in … Continue reading →
If you ask a minority, “What does acceptance mean to you?”, you might get a few varying responses. To a religious minority, say, a Wiccan in a predominantly Christian culture, acceptance might mean no proselytizing, as her family and friends … Continue reading →
I ran across this petition on Change.org, a few minutes ago. I’ve signed it, won’t you? If you’re a supporter of LGBT rights, and a fan of the Braves (or any MLB team), won’t you take a few minutes to … Continue reading →
I originally posted this back on September 7, 2008. I thought it was still relevant, given the state this country is in and the almost single-minded push to strip all our rights away from us. The post appears as it … Continue reading →
The Republicans, mainly the social conservative branch of the GOP, are waging a war against reproductive rights in this country. Here’s their latest salvo: They are in a full court press against Planned Parenthood twisting the facts to suit their … Continue reading →
The GOP are at it again. Take a look at this: This is utterly repulsive. Repulsive. Why is it that the GOP wants to ‘protect life’ but wants to kill women? Can anyone explain this to me? Anyone?
What courage it must have taken for this young woman to lay her heart bare to her peers! I am oh so hopeful that this beautiful young woman continues to shine and sing her song. Kayla, I know you don’t … Continue reading →
I really don’t know what to make of this. It’s too absurd to be taken seriously. Here. Just watch. Too absurd for words.
First off, a confession. Had I remembered that yesterday was Martin Luther King Jr. Day, I would’ve flipped the last two posts. My apologies if anyone was offended by my oversight. One of my favorite quotes by Doctor King is … Continue reading →