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Stuart Walker, Occupy Wall Street, Being Casualties

Upon reading about Stuart Walker’s body being found burn and beaten in Scotland and watching some video footage of Occupy Wall Street, I decidedto do a video inspired by them both. Watch and tell me what you think.

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Troy Davis Execution, God, and Prayers

So if my theory is true, God is sitting back, like he did with Job, watching what we will do and decide in the Troy Davis case. Hopefully we will make the right choice. Continue reading

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The Power of Forgiveness

Through compassion and understanding , I learned to grow and heal from my experience being a child of an addict. Continue reading

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The Price of Beauty

UPDATE: Padge Victoria WindsLowe  is not running from the law. Her attorneys are working diligently on her behalf and her side of the story will be released very soon. there is a philadelpha witness the news and athorities are not speaking … Continue reading

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Nature and Nurture

I think that certain genetic marker make us predisposed for specific behaviors. If our will and environtment lend itself to that behavior with less resistance, then that behavior flourishes. If there is resistance, we adapt. Continue reading

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Individualism: Good or Bad?

I think this is the reason why our minority cultures are moving into an individualistic state of mind and consequently less minority leaders ave emerged. Continue reading

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It Was Not Just His Dream

I think that a powerful element that boost the morale of an oppressed people is the history of the pioneers that came before the current generation. No matter how gruesome, knowing that your ancestors prevailed against dire adversity, keep the … Continue reading

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Dont Ask Dont Tell Repealed Finally

This is a sigh of relief for the indviduals already serving in the military who are able to hide or avoid scruntiny, but what does this mean for the still patriotic soldiers and personel that were discharged when this silly law was in full effect? Continue reading

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9/11 gave the Race card a Rest

Too bad that feeling of togetherness was short lived. Once 2004 election came around I felt that old divide creeping back in. The 2008 campaign circus and its main attractions definitely put the nail in coffin of that togetherness. Continue reading

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Gender Status Out the Window

Like the right to marriage, gender is a very personal and individualistic part of lives. Who we marry has nothing to do with other people. Our gender status has nothing to do with others as well. These are personal life choices that the government is trying to regulate. Continue reading

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