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REFORM Sound System sneaky party

REFORM is back with a sneaky silently slipped in 4th of July (no relation…) party full of vintage soul, funk, reggae, disco, townshipjive, girlgroups, Nigeria70s, springbokpophits, swingjazz and other rarities you’ll hear nowhere else. 46 more words

DJ Gigs

The Land of Plenty

The land of plenty gives,
As much as its name promises.
Wheat for health, cod for strength
And a drip of syrup for innocent indulgence. 217 more words

Poetry

Homosexuality decriminalized in Mozambique, but LGBT activists still face long battle

Mozambique scraps anti-gay law – http://t.co/cmn0qdAlrG

— The News Globe (@TheNewsGlobe) July 1, 2015

In Mozambique, a new penal code erasing a colonial-era anti-gay law that could be used to condemn a person “who habitually engages in vices against nature” to three years’ hard labor, was met with cautious praise from LGBT activists.

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Human And Civil Rights

From Action Plan to Draft Bill

Following the March Action Plan of the Minister for Justice, the Belgian Government has introduced a bill on civil procedure before its Parliament yesterday. Here it is: 16 more words

Happy July, obstructionist Governor obstructs

Way back in the 2014 mid-terms I had the distinct pleasure of watching the governor debates on Youtube.  And I saw two distinct men, with two distinct visions for Pennsylvania. 510 more words

Politics

Revolution

There have been, there are and there will be revolutions. A lot of research has been done around the world and across time in regards to the reasons for revolution, a blow by blow account of the misery that people have perpetuated on other people (to my knowledge there have been no revolutions in countries where people felt safe, listened to and free – I could be mistaken, please put me right if you do know of such an event). 711 more words

Reforming the House of Lords (again) and the number of Peers

Originally posted on The Democratic Society, 1st July 2015.

David Morris MP (Conservative) recently moved a motion in Westminster Hall on ‘Reforming the House of Lords and the number of peers’. 1,009 more words

Democracy