wrenchBiscuit declared in 2017 before his death: "I am not afraid of death, but will welcome it. In death may I forever dwell." In this essay wrenchBiscut rebukes the Veterans Crisis Line.
Here is a poem that was started at approx. 4 AM Sunday Morning 12/18/2016. It was completed at 6:52 AM. I will sleep now, and I will hope for the best, but I fear I will just wake up again.
We are at a pivotal point in history. The pump has been primed and there is no turning back. We can only bend to the will of God or we can be broken, as we all must answer to a higher authority.
Nothing but respect for Colin Kaepernick. At great risk to his career, he follows in the footsteps of the great Muhammad Ali, and has taken a stand against evil. God Bless Colin Kaepernick!
The perversion of the word,”victim” illustrates the latest method used to silence any criticism of the systemic racism that has persisted here in the United States for nearly 250 years. The word has been perverted...
If you are not voting for yourself, every vote is a wasted vote. But if you must vote Republican, I suggest in this essay why Donald Trump is your best choice.
A breed of monkey is on the verge of extinction. Most are very stupid, which is not a problem. The problem is, a majority actually think they are smart, and they are destroying the world!
As I am a witness, today I will tell you a true story. Perhaps you will marvel at my candor. But most importantly: especially for Republicans: read the words, comprehend, and heed the warning.
There is a sickness among us. It has made us thin and crooked
Nietzsche was a stranger to women, and so hated God. I have always been popular with women, and I have been a womanizer since the age of 14 ... since then I haven't looked back. God is great!
Glenn Beck sought to demonize the Mexica Movement with lies and distortions. When I looked in the direction he was pointing, I saw the future. And when I looked even closer, I saw my own reflection.
Passive racism is all around us. We can see it in the face of a slave master who stares back at us from a dollar bill, and at a Columbus Day parade. Here, we see it in an essay by Paul Harvey.
How I helped the U.S. Navy pollute the Pacific Ocean,plus a brief overview of the Navy's Sinkex Program and the dumping of radioactive waste .