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Our young people will hopefully bring about change!

Just remember politicians, these students are almost old enough to vote now, and will be in 2020!

 

Cameron Kasky is a 17-year-old junior who along with his younger brother, Holden, thankfully survived the school shooting that took place last Wednesday at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. This is a commentary he shared with CNN the day after. When I read it—-well—-I was left rather stunned and I’d like […]

via “My Generation Won’t Stand For This.” — By Hook Or By Book

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Why can’t we be more like the UK, Canada or Australia?

Jack is spot on! I know I have had enough of the never ending mass shootings here in the United States.  People, please get out and vote this year and get these selfish bastard politicians out of office!

 

Guns make very small men feel very big. The whole world must know by now that on St. Valentines day a nineteen years old youth called Nicholas Cruz carried out his very own cowardly massacre at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, in Parkland, Florida. After about 7 minutes of shooting, 17 people lay dead, […]

via So, Guns Don’t Kill People… — JackCollier7

No parade for you jackass!

 You think of all of the homeless veterans in the U.S., and this draft dodging jackass wants a parade?? Give me an effing break!

 

I awakened in a dark mood this morning, made even darker when I came downstairs, fired up the baby Dell, and sat down with my first cup of coffee of the day, only two read two news stories about the continuing saga of idiocy that defines the Oval Office these days … Pomp and Circumstance […]

via A Dark Mood Worsened … — Filosofa’s Word

I miss you Mr. Obama

Best president in my lifetime!

“I will never forget that the only reason I’m standing here today is because somebody, somewhere stood up when it was risky. Stood up when it was hard. Stood up when it wasn’t popular. And because that somebody stood, a few more stood up. And then a few thousand stood up. And then a few […]

via Leadership of Hope II — Ancient Skies