Rise of the Divine White

The Covid Pandemic released a vicious wave of cordoned hatred that has been brewing in America since the Civil War: The Divine White. That invented birthright has been vigorously defended, and consumed with contempt for the foreign, and hatred for the unsimilar, and that bile has bubbled beneath the veneer of civility, decorum, and democracy — always dangerous, but evidently nascent in daily public purgings — that is until, 150 years later, when an American president came to glory on the heels, and the cruel deficits of, a rabid, and deadly, gang of sycophants who placed personality, and ego, above the law, and beneath contempt.

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Is Internet Access a Human Right?

We live in a New Age.  Technology not only runs our lives, it rules our being and ruins our sense of comprehensive societal cohesion.  Has access to the internet become a fundamental human right?  If so, should we have to pay for that right of access?

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Right to be Wrong

We need to reserve the right to be wrong.  Mistakes will happen.  Errors will be made.  We need to accept nothing is perfect.

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Duty as the Moral Imperative

In my previous article, Happiness is Overrated, I argued the mark of being alive was misery and not happiness and finding the light in darkness is our greatest task of living. Today, I expand that argument to foment the idea that Love, as well as Happiness, is equally unimportant and overrated in our lives and that we must return Duty as our moral imperative.


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The Right Not to Dissect

From my Inbox:

The Dissection Choice Bill (S.1739) was voted on by the New Jersey Senate Education Committee on Monday, May 23, at 10 a.m. That bill allows public-school students in New Jersey from kindergarten through grade 12 the right to not participate in certain experiments involving animals and require schools to provide an alternative education project without discrimination.

Students will be pressured to dissect frogs, pigs, rats, cats, snakes, turtles, starfish, rabbits, sharks, minks, sheep, and cows-many of whom will be snatched from their natural habitats or the streets-if this Dissection Choice Bill does not pass.
Whether for religious, ethical, environmental, or educational beliefs, students deserve an alternative to the cruel and inhumane practice of dissection-and this right must be protected by state law. Residents and nonresidents of New Jersey are encouraged to take action.

You can visit Cut Out Dissection for more information but be warned the site is filled with graphic deaths.