Friday, April 21, 2017

Seattle Times: "Tens Of Thousands May March Tomorrow On Earth Day"

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The Seattle Times says "tens of thousands may turn out to "March for Science" tomorrow on Earth Day.

The Times says, "Another dozen marches are planned around the state from Kennewick to Coupeville."

While the story behind the Earth Day march of tens of thousands will likely be lost to the celebrants--- it isn't lost to the leaders of the marches.

Thursday, April 20, 2017

"Communism For Kids" Coming To A Store Near You

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It has been said, "The victors write the history"---but who writes the fiction?

In this case, it is the failed communist warriors of years past who are now appealing to our children with a new book titled, "Communism for Kids"---published by MIT Press---a reputable publishing house located in Cambridge, MA near Harvard and in London.

The book will soon be available in a store near you. And it will likely be appearing in public school classrooms.

Heads up parents and grandparents.

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

"US Flag A Problem" Say NBC Sports Writer and University Student Leaders

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An NBC sports writer complained on Monday that "the entire right wing media" came after him after he complained about the use of American flags at Major League baseball games.

What's wrong with the flag?

"It's too political."

University student leaders have officially made it "optional" to display the flag at their leadership meetings.

What's wrong with the flag?

"The concept of the United States of America and patriotism is different for every individual."

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

New Study: "The More You Use Facebook, The Worse You Feel"

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Last month it was reported that "checking Facebook" was the "most likely mobile phone activity to result in an accident."

Facebook is also creating emotional causalities.

While Instagram was rated the most narcissistic social media, the Harvard Business Review is reporting a new study that has found "liking" others content and "clicking links" on other's content on Facebook "significantly predicted a subsequent reduction in self-reported physical health, mental health and life satisfaction."

Monday, April 17, 2017

Homosexual Advocacy Day, A.K.A, "Day Of Silence"

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Under the guise of "making ant-bullying, harassment, and name calling unacceptable in US schools," the Gay and Lesbian Straight Education Network (GLSEN) is once again sponsoring their "Day of Silence" in thousands of schools across the US this coming Friday---April 21.

Parents and grandparents---Heads up.