humanity

Humanity topics include pieces on the real lives of politicians, legislators, activists, women in politics and the everyday voter.

Janine Addison2 years ago
Don't Touch Me
Hehhehehehe. Yes that is giggling and it will continue to be giggling. When 45 got elected, there were many close ups of the new First Lady and one face that was especially telling was when he turned around after smiling at her and she went back totally at least looking very upset. Now whether she was or not, only she is going to know. What it did show however is that body language is a muthafucka. Disdain and hatred cannot be hidden and though our faces and our tones may be better at controllin...
Felicity Harley2 years ago
Will the Past Sins of this Country Continue to Define Our Karma?
I was recently in Clarksdale in the Delta region of Mississippi. It has a bitter sweet history. Before the arrival of the European settlers Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians occupied this region which int...
Guillermo Calvo2 years ago
Societal Maladies
Societal Maladies, How to Recognize and Treat Them, a Hypothesis It seems clear that society suffers from serious maladies that negatively impact honesty, decency and equitable and fair conflict resol...
Myth of Trump Regret
With Trump's polls showing him to be the least popular president in modern American history, many Democrats and political groups have assumed that voters may have felt remorse about voting Republican ...
Riley Raul Reese2 years ago
What To Do If Your State Turns Red
The Republican party has gone under fire from both Democrats and independent voters for the many controversial or downright corrupt movements they have made over the past 100 days. That being said, mo...
Mickey Finn2 years ago
Rush Limbaugh is a Liberal
When you here the terms “Liberal” and “Conservative” you attach good and bad connotations to them. That’s partly because the root word of “liberal” is “liberty” so it gets associated with freedom and ...
Janine Addison2 years ago
LWB
Remind me never to get into crafting outside of my home. Or maybe just don't do anything? I recently came across an article where a Colgate University student was under suspicion of having a firearm w...
The Age of Pure Populism: Are We There Yet?
By every standard, populism is the perfect political paradigm for governance in any community. But that may depend on how one defines it. One political wing defines it mainly as a political doctrine t...
Dr. Williams2 years ago
We Have Just Crossed Over Into The Twilight Zone
When Rod Sterling began each episode with "You unlock this door with a key of imagination. Beyond it is another dimension. A dimension of sound. A dimension of sight. A dimension of mind. You are movi...
RJ Plant2 years ago
First Amendment vs Pro-Ana and Pro-Mia Websites
I am concerned. Well, I’ll back up a moment and talk you through that. There are a couple of issues that ebb and flow as “hot topics” and neither has anything to do with the other. The First Amendment...
Terry Osterhout2 years ago
The Divided States of America
Everything wrong with the world right now stems from people not minding their own business and focusing on their own lives, and trying to control others. I am very comfortable stating that I think Don...
Hyapatia Lee2 years ago
Bullies in the Government
The East Bully wants to control our spirit. They may be leaders of cults that dominate people and require no communication with non-members, or they may be dictators who force us to abandon our Sacred...
Dr. Williams2 years ago
A Dystopian World
There are those who believe judgement day is close at hand. An Apocalyptic event so catastrophic that will thrust mankind either back into the Dark Ages or into the caves of the Neanderthal. With the ...
Dr. Williams2 years ago
Another Day In Paradise
As one travels through the cities and towns across the United States you see the faceless multitudes drifting from place to place. For you and me it is just another day in paradise. But, for those cou...
Karyn Zen2 years ago
Less Than Human
The “good old days” used to be a phrase that most people took for granted. People, as they grew older, would regard the world and events from their past with a sense of reverent awe. Young people woul...
Dr. Williams2 years ago
A Divine Obligation
" He who hath come into this world has a divine obligation to serve humanity." This quote sums up what mankind should do, and should continue to do for the betterment, enrichment, and enlightenment of...
Frank White2 years ago
Everyone Has a Little Trump In Them
Trump may be one of the most controversial presidents in recent years - and the early stages of his presidency has been one of the rockiest in history. Part of this, I believe, is because people find ...
Bob Guccione2 years ago
The Battle for Freedom of Speech
When the body politic, or some indeterminate federal force, or a committee of 'representatives' takes upon itself the power to control human attitudes or legislate human emotions then you and we and t...