The Chain of Annihilation: How to Kill People

Yesterday, I watched a fantastic documentary on PBS called “The House I Live In” by Eugene Jarecki.  The film reveals the 40-year failure of America’s precious War On Drugs.  In the USA, we’ve spent over $1 trillion on arresting over 45 million people and we still have a major drug problem.  The War On Drugs is a failure when it comes to getting people straight, but wildly successful when you consider the increase in long-term incarceration, guaranteeing profits for private jails and communities that rely solely on prisoners to faith their economies.

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Correcting the Slit-Eye

In “Mocking the Slit-Eye” we investigated the racist and stereotypical tendency of some cultures to make fun of the “Asian Eye” by pulling down the skin next to the eye toward the ear to create the “Classic Asian Look.”  As you can see below, the “Slit-Eye” is considered such a problem for some Asians that they surgically “correct” what nature and genetics provided straight out of the box.  Teen sensation Miley Cyrus was even caught making the “Slit-Eye” gesture on camera.

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Eggs Asian

by Joyce Kohl

Eggs Asian Source: Go Inside™
The Sweet and Sour Sauce is optional, but DO try it!
Servings: About 6 Ingredients:
May be doubled or halved



6 eggs

1 cup bean sprouts, drained

1 can (7 ounces) crab meat

flaked parsley

4 scallions sliced thinly

2 tablespoons salad oil

1/2 teaspoon tabasco


sweet and sour sauce

  1. Add tabasco to eggs and beat lightly with a fork.  Drain and rinse the bean sprouts; add to the egg mixture.  Stir in crab mean and scallions.   Melt 2 teaspoons oil in a skillet.   Add about one fourth of the egg mixture and cook until lightly browned; turn and brown the other side.   Remove to serving dish and keep warm in the oven.
  1. Continue making until batter is used up.  Serve with the following warm Sweet and Sour Sauce:
  1. Combine 2 teaspoons sugar, 1 1/2 teaspoon cornstarch, 2 teaspoons vinegar, one tablespoon soy sauce, 1/4 teaspoon tabasco in a small sauce pan.   Gradually stir in 3/4 cup water; cook over low heat, stirring until thickened.