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Making Plagiarism Great again!
Author: Raine    Date: 07/19/2016 13:06:34


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One truth: He doesn't care
Author: Raine    Date: 07/18/2016 12:18:32

Here is the Trump/Pence interview on 60 Minutes last night:



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42 comments (Latest Comment: 07/19/2016 00:01:13 by Scoopster)

Twenty Years
Author: TriSec    Date: 07/16/2016 11:34:08

Good Morning.

Twenty years ago this morning, I was waking up in the City by the Bay. You saw some stuff earlier this week on the book of face; Mrs. TriSec and I are celebrating 20 years of marriage this week. Our honeymoon choice was the fabulous San Francisco, and to this day it remains my only visit to the West Coast.
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Friday
Author: wickedpam    Date: 07/15/2016 12:45:42

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24 comments (Latest Comment: 07/15/2016 18:52:45 by TriSec)

Morning Stub
Author: BobR    Date: 07/14/2016 13:20:13

The blog diva is a little slow getting things going this morning, so here's a stub to hold us over.
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20 comments (Latest Comment: 07/14/2016 19:34:46 by Scoopster)

Seeing is Believing
Author: BobR    Date: 2016-07-13 10:26:54

Selma, AL, circa early 1960s: For decades, the Deep South had resisted the federal government's insistence that black American citizens be afforded the same rights as their white counterparts. Their response was "Jim Crow", which was a euphemism for "separate, but equal", which was an oxymoron. Along with that was a conspiracy from the local level all the way up to the top of the state government to deny black citizens the right to vote. It was bad enough that it required a constitutional amendment (the 24th - ratified in 1964) to remove most of the impediments to voting.

The Civil Rights Movement under the guidance of Martin Luther King (who studied Ghandi) used non-violent protest and "civil disobedience" (sitting at "whites-only" lunch counters) to push the point that they were not breaking the law - they were only trying to assert their rights. For that, they were brutally suppressed. Attack dogs, water cannon, and beatings from the police, as well as brutal attacks from citizens did not dissuade them.
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4 comments (Latest Comment: 07/13/2016 17:58:11 by Raine)

Ask a Vet
Author: TriSec    Date: 07/12/2016 10:13:15

Good Morning.

We'll dive right in - let's talk about actual veterans today, hmm?

A brief story to start; what is this, the 1980s?
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23 comments (Latest Comment: 07/12/2016 19:00:09 by Raine)

Monday
Author: Raine    Date: 07/11/2016 13:09:23

I refuse to write about all the hate we have seen escalate these past days.

Hug someone.

That is all.

&
Raine
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No Lives Matter
Author: TriSec    Date: 07/09/2016 12:01:29

Good Morning.

America is at war with itself.

This past week, we added 5 more to the death toll, only this time it was those that are paid to protect us.
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Friday
Author: wickedpam    Date: 07/08/2016 12:43:38

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