Racism

 
 

Questions Remain in Trayvon Martin Case

Trayvon Martin Protest - Sanford (Photo credit: werthmedia)
 

Racism in America: Live and Well

The stigma of racism seems to be a lasting legacy for America – no matter how we try to separate ourselves from it, mostly through our laws and our courts, we still can’t quite succeed.  We fought
 

Trayvon Martin: Another Victim of “Stand Your Ground” Law

Outrage is the best way to describe the feelings of African-Americans and anyone who has a sense that something went really wrong when a man named
 

Santorum Sweeps So-called Front Runner In Southern Victory

Among the many promises from the GOP candidates, Gingrich’s “grandiose” promise to make gas $2.50 didn’t resonate with southern voters as a result of the Mississippi and Alabama–and Hawaii–primarie
 

The Rise and fall of the Republican Party

Back in the year 2000 the Republican Party successfully put George W.
 

Rick Santorum: usually wrong, never in doubt [denialism blog]

There is a joke expression about surgeons, "sometimes wrong, never in doubt." Depending on how you feel about surgeons I've heard it begin "sometimes right" and "even when wrong." Applied to Rick
 

Republicans and Hypocrisy

In life we can’t always get what we want.
 

The Republican Party: the Party of God and Money

“No one can serve two masters, for either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will be devoted to the one and despise the other.