Tag Archives: discrimination

What Good is a Deviant Mind?

Thinking Outside the Box. I’m not sure why I need to write this post. Perhaps I feel that people are too hemmed in by social norms, or, more likely, legal constraints. And not for one moment am I suggesting that … Continue reading

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Racism: Anti-White, Anti-Male

The Orwellian Curse I’m reading David Icke’s latest book (which I will review after I’ve finished reading it, I’m halfway through). He brings up a very touchy issue about racism: only white males are considered truly racist. When the reverse … Continue reading

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The Sins of the Father

Are Visited Upon the Children An interesting email popped into my account this morning. It was meant to be thought-provoking, and in a way it was. It was a series of statements essentially asking why affirmative actions by minorities are … Continue reading

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