18 January 2014 @ 10:06 pm
Message from Norma McCorvey - better known as Jane Roe from Roe v. Wade.

14 March 2013 @ 07:37 am
Thomas Sowell - one of my favorite commentators - born in 1930

"Thomas Sowell was born in North Carolina and grew up in Harlem. As with many others in his neighborhood, Thomas Sowell left home early and did not finish high school. The next few years were difficult ones, but eventually he joined the Marine Corps and became a photographer in the Korean War. After leaving the service, Thomas Sowell entered Harvard University, worked a part-time job as a photographer and studied the science that would become his passion and profession: economics."

Current series - "Intellectuals and Race"

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23 January 2013 @ 07:55 am
Got defriended by someone yesterday, and I have to presume its over my politics. *shrugs* Oh, well! It's not like my profile doesn't give people the basics. Usually I try not to get TOO political on here because this is one of my "fun zones", but there are exceptions. I'm sorry if that upsets anyone, but I'm fairly upfront on who I am - again, see profile. I leave most lifestyle discussions out because I figure that's between an individual and God, and I've got no right to judge. I'm willing to answer respectful questions, not attacks, and I try as hard as I can to stay polite. Abortion is one issue that I feel I have to speak out on because it involves two people, and one of them has no voice of their own. I am willing to be the voice of the silent one.

This next bit is the actual rant I planned on, and it IS political in nature, so feel free to pass. A politician made a comment that ticked me off and I went on a bit of a tear, and decided to post it. It's under the cut and it involves guns and violence, so again, feel free to skip.

Ranting )


Rant over and off my chest. Now hopefully the rest of the day I can be less witchy.
28 June 2012 @ 12:08 pm
I'm saying to skip if you approve because you will not change my mind on this one. The federal government has been overstepping its constitutional boundaries for years, and now the SCOTUS is giving them permission to go further.

Sad )