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The Newseum—Vainglorious Journalism Leads to Triumphalist History

For more on Transhuman Erotic Freedom… The Newseum sits on Pennsylvania Ave. in the District of Columbia next door to the Canadian embassy about halfway from the White House to the Capitol. A magnificent architectural accomplishment in glass and some white metal (aluminum?), it contains a vast 7-story atrium. Everything that can be transparent is transparent. […]

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More on the racist roots of our founding

When the Revolutionary War began, the odds of a united, continental effort to resist the British seemed nearly impossible. Few on either side of the Atlantic expected thirteen colonies to stick together in a war against their cultural cousins. In this pathbreaking book, Robert Parkinson argues that to unify the patriot side, political and communications […]

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Index for the #VoteOutTheReligiousRight Campaign

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A new campaign will be launched this week in Phoenix at Netroots Nation 2015 called #VoteOutTheReligiousRight. It is the culminating action of a month-long expose of the secret religious cult that drives the political religious right’s science-denying and punishing laws against women, the poor, people of color, immigrants, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans folks. No matter […]

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Dominionism — learn about it and then do something

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This post has been updated (6/8/15, 9:15 PM). Whether addressing the many issues of social, economic, and environmental injustice, (trying to mirror the mission of Martin Luther King, Jr., to eradicate racism, poverty, and war), many of us are engaged in exposing the mostly all-fringe, white, christian, male GOP who are  fomenting a theocracy to replace our government […]

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Edelman’s Lisa Manley, Climate Change Activist

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Lisa Manley is a Corporate Social Responsibility Executive with Edelman, one of the largest Public Relations firms. She has 20 years of experience in global sustainability strategy and engagement, and recently offered “Five Observations from UN Climate Week.” It gives us a bird-eye view of the outcomes from a business point of view. Manley was inspired by […]

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Scalia’s Cry for Help: Impeach Me!

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The most recent insanity expressed by United States Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia: …[T]he separation of church and state “doesn’t mean the government cannot favor religion over non-religion.” …[S]ecularists concern over the overreach of religion into the government and every aspect of the public sphere is “utterly absurd” … …[T]he Constitution’s only obligation is to […]

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Our September Round-Up

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This is our September round-up in case you missed some of our posts. If you like our unique mix of news and opinions, follow us on Twitter/VenusPlusX, and like our page, Facebook/VenusPlusX. We kept up with many of our key issues with a discussion of how and why police bias is the chief cause of […]

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We Are Here, We Are Here

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Let’s talk about our part My heart touches your heart Let’s talk about, let’s talk about living Had enough of dying, not what we all about Let’s do more giving Do more forgiving, yeah Our souls were brought together so that we could love each other “We Are Here” (by Alicia Keys, 2014, Listen here) […]

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List of Organizations Working on Income Inequality

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Inequality-Related Organizations and Institutions We’ve spent the last few days tweeting and writing on this website to draw more people’s attention to the scourge of income inequality. There’s really no time to spare. Rectifying income inequality is the one and only solution to rescuing our failing economy, but it is also a matter of life and death. […]

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Israel’s Messy Package (Part 1)

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“Creating land already occupied by Palestinians would ‘imperil not just American but all Western interests in the Middle East.'” –Dean Acheson, 1947, statesman and foreign policy expert for several presidential administrations, including as Harry Truman’s Secretary of State In the early 1900s, both sides of my Jewish family fled the Kiev countryside because of the militant […]

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