Category: Racism


Normally I start off my posts by asking a question about the topic and how it is defined.  This is not going to be a normal post. Warning!  This is a topic that has deep-rooted feelings, which are tied to a history of wrongdoing over several centuries.  I am going to address it from a centrist point of…

Andrew Johnson, 13th Amendment

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We all have skeletons in our closet.  Things we’ve done in the past that we are not too proud of.  Some of those things may have been minor i.e. being mean to people you went to school with.  Definitely not minor if you were a bully and that bullying had a major impact on someone’s life.  Some skeletons are…

Virginia, Confederate

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Selective Moral Outrage

What do you think of when you hear that term?  Hypocrisy? Bias?  People forcing their morality on you but not on themselves when it’s convenient?  How about all of the above!  Nothing is more telling of how a person or party really is than when they turn a blind eye to actions of people they support and lambaste others who…

Northam Yearbook Photo

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