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The Bias-Free Language Guide – Gone But Not Forgotten

what-are-we-offended-by-today

I often wonder what type of person wakes up in the morning wondering,  “What will offend me today?”  Well, I found out this week. The Bias-Free Language Guide was written and edited by Sylvia Foster, Szu-Hui Lee, Joelle Ruby Ryan, Sean Moundas and the Women’s Commission members in the 1990s who drafted the “Guide to…

Now Can We Move on to Really Important Issues?

keep calm and lets move on

Once again, the Supreme Court failed to exercise “judicial restraint” and opted to actively legislate from the bench by deciding that homosexuals have a “right” to marry in the case of Obergefell v. Hodges.  Five unelected lawyers decided to do away with our democratic process and power of our legislatures and redefine the word “marriage” held for millennia…

Denzel vs. Michelle – Optimism vs. Victimhood

Denzel Washington

I was driving the other day and listening to Michelle Obama’s race-obsessed commencement address at Tuskegee University founded by civil rights leader, Booker T. Washington, on Sean Hannity’s radio program.  By the time I got to my destination, I wanted to grab the closest razor and slit my wrists. When I got home, I read her entire speech and…

In Other Words, Shut Up!

get-over-it

That’s the phrase we hear when people want the conversation to end, when they lack empathy to understand your feelings, and when they don’t want to hear anything more from you, but don’t have the guts to just say, “shut up.”  It’s a way of dismissing you out of hand and shutting down the discussion…

Who Needs Enemies With Friends Like These?

When I read last week that there were over 20 House and Senate Democrats that planned to boycott Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s address to Congress this morning, I was furious.  Today, I read that the numbers had increased to 50.  Those members of Congress are paid to do a job by “we, the people”…