I value own voice books, I really do. I simply don't believe that means these are the only books with value. And I refuse to back down just because people think calling em mean names will shut me up or make me shake in my boots.
I've had the most incredible experience writing outside my lane. Lessons on culture, history, and human empathy. Don't let anyone beat you into submission and take this away from you! It is a lesson that is well worth fighting for!
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Side note: Cbr should ashamed of themselves for premoting heterophobia getting people to fear and hate straight people?! What is wrong with you?! I don't see any proof of President Trump being divisive the only divisiveness I'm witnessing is people on your end premoting assault and censorship like Carlos Maza who works for Vox have fun in your world of irrationality! Please to Chris Evans CBr watch my Stop getting offended videos they're not very long and pretty easy to understand I point out the hypocrisy on both sides of the isle because there is not gonna lie! https://www.bitchute.com/video/D4IQBKFPcrJc/ part one here👈🏻 https://www.bitchute.com/video/2OyQp8KWfKVi 👈🏻 part two here!
Meditation #1: A reflection on a passage from the confessions of St. Augustine in which he recalls with considerable disdain his past love of fiction, and what it says about the modern social justice age.
Kamala Harris, a Democrat Presidential candidate for the 2020 elections recently has had a thing or two to say about isms and national security, and it is highly concerning, to say the least. It appears at least some in politics are interested in moving social issues into the realm of national security, a highly illegitimate but powerful realm of government power.
Covington Circus - Did Mr. Sandmann Wake Up America to Media Lies?
Did the media circus around the MAGA hat wearing boys from Covington Catholic High School, finally wake up America to the Main Stream media's tactics of lies, and editing that at first made the innocent boys look like bad boys?
Is the American Indian "Vietnam Vet", really what he says he is? Would this known activist and media hound have approached these boys if they were not wearing MAGA hats?
Why isn't the media talking about these same native American activists trying to force their way into a Catholic mass in Washington DC, while beating drums just two nights before?
One of the few subjects on which we all seem to agree is the need for justice. But our agreement is only seeming because we mean such different things by the same word. Whatever moral principle each of us believes in, we call justice, so we are only talking in a circle when we say that we advocate justice, unless we specify just what conception of justice we have in mind. This is especially so today, when so many advocate what they call "social justice"—often with great passion, but with no definition. All justice is inherently social. Can someone on a desert island be either just or unjust?
This is not a comforting book -- it is a book about disturbing issues that are urgently important today and enduringly critical for the future. It rejects both "merit" and historical redress as principles for guiding public policy. It shows how "peace" movements have led to war and to needless casualties in those wars. It argues that "equality" is neither right nor wrong, but meaningless.
The Quest for Cosmic Justice shows how confused conceptions of justice end up promoting injustice, how confused conceptions of equality end up promoting inequality, and how the tyranny of social visions prevents many people from confronting the actual consequences of their own beliefs and policies. Those consequences include the steady and dangerous erosion of the fundamental principles of freedom -- and the quiet repeal of the American revolution.
At LibrePlanet, we often talk about how free software intersects with human rights and social justice issues. This talk will review recent technology choices and promotion in other activist communities, discuss how recent changes in politics and technology have motivated these changes, and use these lessons to learn how the free software community can improve its outreach to other advocacy groups. We'll also look at imminent technology developments, and consider where the free software movement can work now to affect change in the future.
While political correctness on college campuses is discussed, NYU professor Michael Rectenwald has lived it and faced significant blowback for speaking uncomfortable truths. Professor Michael Rectenwald joins Stefan Molyneux to discuss his lawsuit against NYU, the startling opposition he faced from both his colleagues and the NYU administration for being politically incorrect.
Dr. Michael D. Rectenwald is the Professor of Global Liberal Studies at New York University and is the author of several books including “Global Secularisms in a Post-Secular Age” and “Nineteenth-Century British Secularism: Science, Religion and Literature.”
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