"..I think if anything defines 2014 for me, it's the advent of incessant claims for which no proof - apparently - needs to be provided. The year of 'beautiful blue eyes', in other words. Never no proof, you just have to believe what your government says.
A wholesale reversal of course away from police militarization to a retraining of police so they see their role as being peace officers, not law-enforcement officers. Police should not be armed troops who come in to act as an occupying army.
I loved this story and wanted to share it...I'm glad I had the loving parents who gave me all I needed to be what, who and how I am today. I was blessed!
quote:"I also knew that sometimes--just sometimes--the father you get is the father you want." unquote
Schaeffer helped to create this monster, and he reminds us
'the American right is not about politics as most people understand it but about religious absolutes.'
Their religion. Their absolutes.
And we ignore it at the peril of all we hold dear.
To hell with milk and cookies. What better way to thank Santa for his visit to your home on Christmas than with a snack of bullets? That was the message NRA News, the lobbyist's media website, posted on its Facebook page on Dec. 24.
A standout lithograph from a historic Norman Rockwell series is returning to notoriety, thanks to (of all things) Tylenol®. This time, though, it has a modern-day theme, complete with modern diversity.
Nov 11, 2014 - In August 2005, Marine Lance Cpl. Travis Williams and his squad were sent on a rescue mission in Barwanah, Iraq. En route, their vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb. Of Travis' entire 12-person team, he alone survived. Here, Travis refle
Why? Evidence points to glyphosate toxicity from the overuse of Monsanto's Roundup herbicide on our food.
For over three decades, Stephanie Seneff, PhD, has researched biology and technology, over the years publishing over 170 scholarly peer-
German online dating company Gleichklang sent Museveni Biological Exuberance - Animal Homosexuality and Natural Diversity, by Canadian biologist Bruce Bagemihl.
Although I doubt, he will read it, I find it a good idea. ;-)