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200 and a Few

I’ve gotten to the point that I’m repeating myself. It had to happen. I’ve been trying to write, at least, one a day. I started on Feb 10, 2014. 728 more words


Showing Strength in SEPTEMBER

QUICK BACKSTORY:: We created a 2014 Calendar with 100% of funds going to help rebuild one of the many villages in the Philippines destroyed by Typhoon Yolanda in November 2013. 329 more words




Whether it be your simple everyday “I need to be in front of your car on the freeway. No. Matter. What” or the belief that because of the color of your skin, because you’re white, because you speak English as your first language, because of where you fall on the socio-economic ladder, you are entitled to more freedoms, greater latitude when you exist or when you make a mistake, commit a crime, or don’t. 767 more words


POETRY FRIDAY--"I, Too, Am America": The Poetry of Langston Hughes

Submitted by Elaine Magliaro

Back in August of 2013, I did a post about the poetry of Langston Hughes for Res Ipsa Loquitor. The impetus for my doing that was the—at times contentious—discussions we had been having about race, racism, and bigotry in this country on that blog. 541 more words

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You Don't Have to Like it....

I will stand up for what I believe in.  I believe everyone has the right to live their lives any way they so choose, as long as it doesn’t bring physical harm to other persons.  67 more words