The Banks Aren’t the Only Bullys on the Playground

While I am very pleased that the issue of income inequality has finally taken a stronghold in the American political dialogue, I have noticed that the rhetoric has fallen short, even from my beloved Bernie. Sanders has brought to the media something that the rest of us have already known for years, the growing wealthContinue reading “The Banks Aren’t the Only Bullys on the Playground”

Why I hate Hilary Clinton but would still vote for her, and yes hate is a strong word, that’s why I used it.  

Hilary Clinton used to sit on the board of directors for Walmart, she was silent on all issues involving LGBTQ rights until recent years, she was sec of state & a senator both for only one term while Sanders has been a mayor, a congressman, and a senator. The only thing I remotely agree withContinue reading “Why I hate Hilary Clinton but would still vote for her, and yes hate is a strong word, that’s why I used it.  “

Black Lives Matter and Bernie Sanders, a curious way to create dialogue

Interesting fact, one of the interuptors was an adement Palin supporter in 2008.  Yet what I find most interesting is Sanders has been more of a target than Clinton, who actually dodges talking about racialization in our society or at least she sugarcoats it with rhetoric any time she seems to.  I’m not going toContinue reading “Black Lives Matter and Bernie Sanders, a curious way to create dialogue”

The New Journalism, or Is the mainstream media dying? Possible Proof of the dawn of a new Media for a new age.

Only in America could a canditate earn record-level donations and raising poll numbers and get only a fraction of the coverage of a canditate who is not only not competant enough to be president, but is a hateful genderist. CNN, Fox News, and a majority of the mainstream media that has yet to find anContinue reading “The New Journalism, or Is the mainstream media dying? Possible Proof of the dawn of a new Media for a new age.”