"Tell me, are you OK with yourself?"
"Tell me, are you OK with yourself?"
Please help this family battling cancer & medical bills.
From the page: "I have a reputation among my Facebook friends as that angry, informed minority who is always yelling at straight, white cis-men. I own it. It窶s exhausting, but I keep on."
Single and homeless mother Shanesha Taylor was arrested and charged with two countys of felony child abuse for leaving her children in her car during a job interview. This is criminalizing poverty, and while her choice wasn't a great one - she did not have other options.
In the US, "a black person is killed by the state or by state-sanctioned violence every 28 hours."
From the page: "There are floods in Saudi Arabia. #ClimateChanged"
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From the page: "Stop the Greek Authorities detaining Trans*gender people as part of a cleansing effort"
From the page: ""There are a lot of problems here, and him being gay is not one of them." She apologized to the boy, then walked out the door."
From the page: #Austin PD using tax dollars to monitor Facebook accounts. Tell Chief @ArtAcevedo know how you feel about it. #YAN
From the page: "Disabled Desert Storm veteran of Avondale Estates Georgia needs help to save his home"
OBAMACARE VS. CHRISTIANITY!
From the page: "Ayn Rand was much more open and honest about her belief system; publically condemning the notion of ethical altruism, preferring her own âoevirtue of selfishness.â A self-described atheist, she accepted this was contrary to Christâs teachings to âtake care of the least of these.â Her religion was capitalism, and she unabashedly wrote that the individual âoeshould exist for his own sake, neither sacrificing himself to others, nor sacrificing others to himself.â Of course, Jesus did not âoeshrugâ off the world like the heroes of Atlas Shrugged. Instead, he became the ultimate sacrifice by giving his life for everyone. Thatâs a very different message than the one you will find in Ayn Randâs books or Paul Ryanâs budget."
From the page: "Analysis of campaign disclosure reports submitted by the Lee Anderson for Congress campaign show an unsurprising result. Anderson, a Republican running for the 12th Congressional District Seat in the Congress of the United States was an early and heavy beneficiary of political donations from area contractors, more specifically paving and site work contractors who stand to gain from the T-Splost bill."
From the page: "After making a substantial contribution to the man, imagine my total shock and disbelief to hear a Nathan Deal advertisement, followed by the notice that âoePaid for by Lee Anderson!â Lee Anderson took my money and that of other friends and family to supplant an utterly crooked Washington D.C. politicianâs LEGAL BILLS? Astounding!
Lee spent my money paying Nathan Deal's legal bills.
He wasn't the only one. Other legislators and county commissioners bailed out Deal this way, too. I learned, to my dismay, that politicians use their unexpended war chests to support all manner of disgusting politicians. The advice from here is to never give any of these folks a dime, unless you don't mind seeing your own money deployed against you!
So Georgia Republican Congressional candidate Lee Anderson sponsored an ethics bill. "lobbyists made it known that anyone who supported House Bill 798 and Ethics Reform would not be supported in the campaign efforts with campaign contributions.
For reasons only he can explain, and he needs to explain, Lee Anderson is no longer listed as a co-sponsor of House Bill 798. "
Republican Lee Anderson, running for Congress in Georgia's 12th district, does not know what the Federal Reserve is. In response to the question, "What should we do about the Federal Reserve?", Anderson answered, "We must build our reserves even stronger than what they is now." Such a lack of knowledge might be acceptable were it coming from a average citizen, but it's plain scary coming from a man who wants to work in Washington.
Lee Anderson, running for House of Representatives in Georgia's 12th District, does not know what the Federal Reserve is. In resonse to the question what should we do about the fed, Anderson answers "We must build our reserves even stronger than what they is now."
From the page: "Bigotry in America is not a valid point of view we should feel behooved to "respect". We used to marginalize our hate-filled fringe elements in America, not jump to their defense. " ~ Yitz Jordan
From the page: "Copyright bot boots NASA rover vid off YouTube"