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“This is the biggest battle of our lifetimes and you want to sit it out?” Elesin demanded.

“I’d like to sit out every battle,” Ajedu said, “I prefer reasoned arguments.”


Neptune: Can Sam Harris Debate Without Victimizing Himself?

It has been awhile since I have written, with final exams looming and athletic/musical obligations being fulfilled.

Recently, a debate (if it can even be called that) that was originally in private, between Sam Harris and Noam Chomsky, was released on Sam Harris’ blog. 788 more words


The Royal Baby: why be so cynical?

The marvels of an ever expanding population; on average, 360,000 babies are born across the world each day, with 2,200 babies delivered in the United Kingdom itself. 500 more words


A system in which institutions are controlled privately and for profit...

I have no clear definition of where I stand on the political left-right spectrum*. Left in theory and right in practice, I suppose. To most people that makes no sense. 317 more words


Social Impact of Women Returning to Their Community

Since the launch of SHE in September 2014, one of the areas I am interested in is how the community accepts women back into the community following a custodial sentence. 634 more words


Robert F. Kennedy and having compassion for one another.

Robert F. Kennedy, announcing to a crowd in Indianapolis the news of Martin Luther King JR’s death. It’s important to note that Kennedy’s words focused not on division or the causes of King’s death or social injustice, but instead, of coming together as a united people for justice. 704 more words

scatterwisdom reblogged this on Rudy u Martinka and commented:

I wish the news media would have reprinted this speech earlier this week . What the world needs now in addition to love is wisdom.

A Letter I gave my Believer Wife

By Snabag ~ 

In my life,I have had to make a lot of difficult decisions, and I like to think that most of my decisions were based on rational, logical, analytical, and using critical thinking and always seeking the truth. 3,398 more words