Tag: government

Feb 15 2014

Kansas House Bill 2453

I’ve read it, then I reread it, then I re-re-re-read it…to be honest with you I’m still rereading it as I’m writing this and I’ve got to say I don’t like it. Not only that, I don’t agree with it, for many reasons. I feel I must preface my argument before I am misunderstood (which …

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Jan 22 2014

Schmuck Nominee: Touré

It is not easy being an unlikable person. That is something one must earn. And I must give credit where credit is due for Mr. Neblett. At a time when we should be remembering all that Martin Luther King Jr. did for the minority of his time in the early ’60s Touré decided to assume …

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Jan 09 2014

Changing the Name Won’t Change Its Meaning

Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee never ceases to amaze me with how she chooses to see things. I don’t know how things are run or how people live in Houston, TX, the 18th District that she was put in office to represent, but perhaps those people need to reevaluate their standards come election time. According to …

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Aug 23 2013

The Black Racist

It might seem like a strange combination of words to see together but it DOES exist. It is possible to be Black AND a racist. The two words are not like oil and water when put together. Actually, the term “Black racist” is beginning to appear more and more evident anywhere you choose to look. …

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