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politics He Had a Dream (MLK). We Got a Nightmare

He Had a Dream (MLK). We Got a Nightmare - politics

He Had a Dream We Got a Nightmare

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(5/5) - 16 votes

RonaldReagan - March 21, 2015, 3:55 pm, #73948
People forget MLK's biggest protest was the military industrial complex. He's disapprove of Obummer. 5stars
premiumgrade - February 5, 2015, 8:38 pm, #72653
If MLK were alive today, he would be chastised because he's a Republican & labeled an Uncle Tom.

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#45254 Created August 25, 2013
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politics Guns don't kill people

Guns don't kill people - politics

Teenagers do

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(4.82/5) - 22 votes

OTC - September 7, 2013, 7:11 pm, #59538
They're looking for some white-hispanic dude to blame
StoneTools - August 24, 2013, 3:50 am, #58484
where jesse and al at now?

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#45065 Created August 23, 2013
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politics Fast-food companies can afford to pay a living wage

Fast-food companies can afford to pay a living wage - politics

It's a mystery to me why some people have no sympathy for the plight of the fast food workers. Yes, it's a good entry level job for the young, but not so good for adults needing to support a family. Unfortunately the good-paying manufacturing jobs have been shipped overseas and replaced by low-paying service jobs with little to no benefits. Many of these workers hold two or three jobs to make ends meet. Some are at retirement age but cannot afford to retire. In order to improve their lot in life they have organized to press for a living wage. The fast food moguls claim their profit margins are too thin to afford this extravagance. If this is true, how did McDonald's CEO rake in $13.8 million last year? In contrast, how is it In-N-Out starts its employees at $10.50 an hour and provides them medical benefits, paid vacations and a 401(k) plan. In Australia McDonald's pays the equivalent of $14.50 an hour. This raised menu items by a mere 70 cents, not double as had been claimed. So it is feasible to raise salaries. Why are some people so deadset against workers getting a living wage, but do not mind a CEO getting $13.8 million a year? The workers are only asking for a fair share of the pie. I don't think this is too much to ask.

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(1.66/5) - 29 votes

kellyvanrijn - January 24, 2015, 12:53 am, #72468
Stay in school. Go to college. Learn some skills. If you don't, practice saying, Do you want that Supersized?'
fgd051943 - November 14, 2013, 4:35 pm, #62287
You knew what the job paid and what the working conditions were when you hired on. If you don't have the intelligence, talent, or skills to make more, change jobs. If you can't or don't, you are probably being paid what you are worth. Maybe more.
JGalt - August 22, 2013, 11:26 pm, #58452
And then the Democrats write Obamacare- which allows these companies to cut hours to cut health benefits.
Ron2 - August 22, 2013, 3:28 pm, #58440
Raise salaries and like it always happens... the price of goods and services go up. It always happens. Not just sometimes. Always.

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#44939 Created August 21, 2013
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politics when a government spies on it's citizens the citizens need to revolt!

when a government spies on it's citizens the citizens need to revolt! - politics

The U.S. government does not deny Edward Snowden's assertions that the National Security Agency is spying on us. Rather, it attempts to sanitize and justify the spying. Big Brother is definitely watching and makes no bones about it. The Snowden leak raises the issue of betrayal ("Is Edward Snowden a Traitor?", Slate Magazine, June 11, 2013), but the question is, who is betraying whom? Governments spy on those whom they fear and distrust. Our government unabashedly spies on us, "we the people." It apparently fears and distrusts us -- millions and millions of us. So security-state agencies and their minions trample our Fourth Amendment protections against unwarranted government intrusion with impunity. How can they do this? Members of Congress, in a hysterical spasm of fear 12 years ago, authorized this violation. Presidents cooperate and collude. Agency heads dissemble and dodge. Yes, betrayal is the issue. The American people have indeed been betrayed, but not by Edward Snowden.

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#44652 Created August 18, 2013
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politics Profiling of another color. Martin was victim of racial profiling

Profiling of another color. Martin was victim of racial profiling - politics

In response to the July 2 letter to the Belleville News-Democrat by Frank Austin regarding the shooting of Trayvon Martin, a few points of clarification. First, he asserts Trayvon "brought it upon himself" by "acting suspiciously." What was this alleged suspicious activity? By all accounts Trayvon was only walking home (yes, he lived there with his father) talking to his girlfriend on his cell. This is typical teenage behavior seen every day, everywhere. Why did George Zimmerman deem it suspicious? My conclusion: Trayvon was walking while black. No other suspicious activity has been offered. Second, Austin infers Zimmerman is a "law enforcement officer in performance of his duty." Blatant obfuscation. He is not a law enforcement officer. He is a civilian volunteer on Neighborhood Watch. Keyword is watch. His duty is to observe and report, not trail and confront. He was given a direct order to stay in his vehicle and cease following. He disobeyed a lawful order, thus putting him in violation of the law. Now we have an armed criminal menacing an unarmed 17-year-old. Why shouldn't Trayvon defend himself? Who wouldn't? Third, Zimmerman's intent. According to his own statements he was tired of these (expletive) punks always getting away. Trayvon became a scapegoat for his paranoid-driven rage against hooliganism. To him Trayvon was the stereotypical criminal -- a young, black male wearing a hoodie. He wasn't going to let him get away with any imaginary crime. Trayvon died because of Zimmerman's paranoid racist fantasies.

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(1.4/5) - 43 votes

RonaldReagan - January 9, 2014, 5:07 pm, #63769
birddseedd - November 13, 2013, 6:55 pm, #62268
Why are all of his pictures 10 years old? he is 17, not 7 as is this picture. And disobeying a law enforcement officer is NOT BREAKING THE LAW. I cop told me to shower with clothing on (not kidding), am I a criminal for washing my junk?
MashiMashi - August 29, 2013, 1:07 pm, #58769
There are two wildly different and divergent differences in this case, and they're both correct, IE Zimmerman didn't know what race Trayvon was because of the hoodie just saw a suspiciouse person, Trayvon wore the hoodie to protect him from the rain. Zim
Renza - August 25, 2013, 8:52 pm, #58550
Give him a couple weeks and the fundy personality will come back out and start screaming about how obama is burning down the country while black people are trying to kill us in our sleep, or something like that.
StoneTools - August 25, 2013, 7:17 pm, #58545
Not likely. Vicky just finds sites around the internet that have posters, downloads them, and reposts them here with his name as the tag. Besides,the items you refer to don't fit the racist liberal narrative
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