If you’re new here, where have you been?! You’re missing all the fun! 😉 Check out my review of The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. Now, I’d like to talk about the second book in the trilogy, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. To whoever gave me this box set, thank you! Again, I’m sorry I … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Hunger Games – Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins
I THINK I got The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins, as a gift. The book being one-third of a brand-new boxed set supports that assumption. I have a confession to make: I have a lot of books. I’m not 100% sure where I got them all. (I can’t bring my wallet into bookstores, nor wander … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
When I read it, The Man on the Moon by Chris Mc Geown was the last poetry book left on my “unread bookshelf.” I was sad to run out of books in the genre, but reading this made me happy. I found Chris Mc Geown’s fantastic work here on WordPress. I reviewed his first book, … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Man on the Moon by Chris Mc Geown
How much control should we have over other people?
In our society, regardless of where you live, your rights are paramount to your happiness. You base your entire world (and even worldview) around your rights. Your right to live, to find joy, to experience the full gamut of being a human, to be who you are.
This includes your right to choose where you live (to an extent), where you work (to an extent), what you learn (to an extent), who you worship (to an extent), who you love (to an extent), how to raise your family (to an extent), what products you’ll buy (to an extent), and even where you’ll rest when you pass (to an extent).
A lot of ‘to an extent’ that could be unpacked, but the reality is that for every station of life, for every aspect of it, and for everyone anywhere in the world…
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Those weird outcast, awkward, real people? Yeah. Love ya, ya monsters.
I have a general rule online: I do my best not to curse. Because I’ve worked as a web content and media marketing employee, I believe my “public” life might called into question for future employment opportunities. I don’t want to lose a job because I curse like a sailor off-the-clock. But, after hearing the … Continue reading ROE V WADE: A Personal Rant
A very insightful, succinct take on a complicated country.
I’m not a leftist as you would define it. Why? Because you have no idea what a “leftist” is. So, I’m going to educate you.
The terms “Leftist” and “Rightist” come from 2 Civil Wars. The first, the English Civil War between Charles I and the Parliamentarians. The second being the French Revolution between the National Assembly and Louis XVI.
At the end of both, those who believed in the monarchy, divine right of kings to rule, feudalism, and so on stood to the right of the king. Those who believed in rule of the people, by the people and for the people stood to the left of the king.
So, those who stood on the right believe in autocratic government with 1 person having unlimited power, having different social classes, oppression of the people, with power in the hands of the monarch and nobles and the people serve the…
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Shared from this post, by Knotty, and also shared on Meerkat Musings. I cannot fathom how anyone would not break down doing this job. It would crush me, especially given the senseless nature of how 19 little souls were ripped away, all because some people think access to firearms matters more than a child’s right to life. It is not without irony that the so-called ‘pro-life’ crowd champion forcing people to give birth, but take no interest in stopping gun violence, even when children are killed. These people are usually American Republicans, who usually have close financial ties to the National Rifle Association, which tells you everything you need to know.