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War on Women

War on Women — Texas Abortion Law

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Coming Soon…

Coming very soon is an article on the Abortion Ban (SB8) in Texas, as well as some quotes about how people feel about it. I also intend to write an entry about the Texas bills we haven’t heard much about because of the strict abortion law — the new voting law and the new gun… Continue reading Coming Soon…

Afghanistan Reaction

By Guest Writer Adam Kapusin If you have been on social media over the past few weeks, I can almost guarantee that you have seen the following three topics discussed: COVID-19, Afghanistan, and the upcoming football season. As much as I would like to discuss the upcoming football season, this isn’t the best place to… Continue reading Afghanistan Reaction

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At the urging of a friend, I created a Patreon to offset some of the costs of this website and to give my readers some behind-the-scenes content of the blog! I’d love to have you become a Patron! The first tier is an Official Patron. It costs $5 and includes at least a weekly Patron-Only… Continue reading Join My Patreon!

Critical Race Theory

Critical Race Theory

The Republican Party has an unbelievable talent for fear-mongering and finding the boogeyman in any conceivable scenario. No other group on the planet is so skilled at this that they pull out the same old myths every so often, and people still continue to believe what the GOP tells them. For example, each year, Fox News narrates the story of the “War on Christmas” that has never actually happened. And while they never actually have any proof of it, they report on it annually. 

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Poverty Treadmill

By Guest Writer Adam Kapusin I grew up in the Central Florida town of Leesburg. It wasn’t a large town, but we did have a Walmart AND a Target. My family was working class and made enough to get by and provide me with what I needed. My house was a double-wide mobile home that… Continue reading Poverty Treadmill

1965 Civil Rights Movement

The Voting Rights Act of 1965

Fifty-six years ago today, the Voting Rights Act of 1965 was signed into law by Lyndon Baines Johnson. The Voting Rights Act of 1965 was a milestone piece of federal legislation that prohibited racial discrimination in voting and was signed into law during the peak of the civil rights movement.

Voter-ID Laws

The Truth About Voter-ID Bills/Laws

This is brought to you by Guest Writer Craig Rozniecki Find Craig’s links below — I highly recommend him, and you’ll understand why after this! Hot-button issue time. Today’s topic? The Texas voting bill. If there’s one area Republicans have outperformed Democrats over the years, it’s with branding. The short-and-catchy bumper-sticker slogan is typically, sadly, much more effective… Continue reading The Truth About Voter-ID Bills/Laws

Covid Vaccine

America: Land of the Freedumb

The land of the free, home of the brave – that’s on what America claims to pride itself. However, as COVID has clearly shown, that’s not reality. The unfortunate reality is much of America prides itself on willful ignorance, and there’s nothing brave about that.

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January 6 Investigation, Part 1

I spent the entirety of Tuesday morning watching the 1/6 investigation to write about it on here later that day. As you can see, I didn’t post on Tuesday. Nor did I post on Wednesday. Or even Thursday. And the post I originally planned on posting is not going to be what I’m posting today.… Continue reading January 6 Investigation, Part 1

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