Tag Archives: Politics

Religious LGBTQ+ Discrimination

Many of you know what “Religious Freedom” really means: Freedom to use “Christian values” over human values. Continue reading

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Religion And The 2020 Election

I find it interesting that most Americans do not see our Democratic presidential candidates as being religious, though most have talked about their relationship with their religion and God. According to a February 27 report by the Pew Research Center, … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving And Retail Sales

I will be working my retail job from 1 until 11 pm on Thanksgiving Day. I’ll miss the dinner being prepared by my sister-in-law. Continue reading

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Firearms and the Ninth Amendment

I subscribe to the website Quora which emails lists of editorials ranging from the environment to science to war. I usually find something that piques my interest. What caught my eye this week is the large number of Op-Eds that concern … Continue reading

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Voter Suppression

The four states have canceled their GOP presidential primaries believing that Donald J. Trump cannot lose. Continue reading

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E Pluribu Unum

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When speaking to the general public about the national motto, almost all believed that the god being praised was the Christian God(s). Continue reading

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El Paso and Dayton Massacres

In 2017 nearly 40,000 people died due to gun violence in the United States. To put that into perspective, 50,000 Americans were killed during the 10-year Viet Nam War. Continue reading

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Bladensburg Peace Cross

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The Supreme Court said that the 40-foot, 16-ton Peace Cross, a Latin cross, standing in a Bladensburg, Maryland public park could continue to be displayed. Continue reading

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Trump’s Wall

The president’s speech last night was the best example of fear mongering I have seen in a long time and I taught Public Speaking for over 25-years. I watched it, along with the Democratic rebuttal and the analysis from a … Continue reading

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Missouri’s 2019 HB274, U.S. Official Motto

As many of my regular readers know, I am an advocate for the absolute separation of church and state. This includes, but is not limited to, the use of God, any god, as a propaganda tool for the United States. … Continue reading

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