Yes, I believe these homegrown religious extremists are every bit as dangerous as their Muslim fundamentalist counterparts. They want to combine church and state and force all of us to live by their ancient and culturally irrelevant beliefs—their narrow lifestyle of choice.
Since the SCOTUS rulings, the Christian Taliban has been doing its best to stir the pot of anger,… Continue reading
[dropcap]H[/dropcap]appy Independence Day! In 1776 the early American settlers obtained independence from religious and government tyranny. A nation was born—a place where people mattered: well, at least the white, wealthy, male, protestant people who owned land mattered.
In these 235 years basically the only thing that has changed is who is perpetrating the tyranny. This nation still suffers from religious… Continue reading
This is an interesting, short video on the national debt. Our government is so horribly corrupt I doubt it will ever be any better in my lifetime. Sad isn’t the word.
US national debt… Continue reading
I have rattled the notion of privacy, primarily the loss of privacy in 21st Century America, around in the back of my mind for some time since the advent of the Internet, the horror of 9/11, and the explosive growth of the pervasive surveillance technology that has silently and often invisibly crept into our lives.
I have grown increasingly concerned… Continue reading
Once again Audible and iTunes are beyond awesome! As a public service, they are providing the world with free downloads of all of the speeches presented at the Democratic National Convention. I suspect they will also provide this free service for the RNC too. This public service is an excellent example of corporate America making a real and meaningful contribution… Continue reading
To see video of Bill Clinton‘s speech at the DNC click here.… Continue reading
Strength and Wisdom are not opposing values.
These are good people in the White House doing what they believe is right. We just disagree.
Al Gore also made powerful points. I want to just quote the whole of his speech, but for that, simply click here.
The first lesson is this: take it from me-every vote… Continue reading