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Movie Review: ‘The Butler’

Field Workers

The Butler follows one man's journey from survival to understanding as he transitions from the cotton field to The White House. Read More »

Absurdity on Capitol Hill

One must question the motivation of politicians who propose bills which far from serving all our interests, instead directly undermine our rights as citizens. Read More »

The Ambiguous Support of Chick-fil-A’s Freedom of Speech Supporters

If you dig past the chicken fat you'll find something most foul. Read More »

Book Review: Wind Over Marshdale by Tracy Krauss

Colorful characters in a small town Saskatchewan setting make for a gritty, true-to-life, and grace-filled story. Read More »

White House Endorses Discriminatory Practice

Ostensibly anti-discrimination, the Democrats, led by the White House, defeat a bill to protect females. Read More »

Book Review: The Vase with the Many Coloured Marbles (Book 1, Emma and Book 2, Marla) by Jacob Singer

Realities of growing up in South Africa during apartheid, and the choices that people there were sometimes forced to make to succeed Read More »

Because They Can

Is hiring discrimination ever okay? Read More »

Judge: Bloomberg Did Not Discriminate Against Women

Family is not a substitute for life; family is a part of life, but there is more. Read More »

Employers Refuse to Give Unemployed a Chance, While Investing, Hiring in China

Employers to long-term unemployed and thirty-somethings: You need not apply. Read More »

Racism – Alive and Well in the 21st Century

Isn't it sad that racism is still alive and well, even in the 21st century? You'd think America would have learned a better way by now. Read More »