An Unpleasant Truth

This happened this year. I remembered how 17 year old Trayvon Martin was shot and killed. I just remember watching that News coverage about our neighbor and thinking about how Trayvon Martin’s death was reported. Even today, if you were to look up Trayvon Martin’s name you would find publications and News outlets that tried to smear a 17 year old unarmed boy who was shot to death.

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The Protocols of the Elders of Zion

Repeat a lie often enough and it becomes accepted, the public becomes unquestioning and desensitized to it. This allows ignorance to be confused with truth. While listening to the audiotapes of “The Protocols of the Elders of Zion” the most shocking thing wasn’t how widely available it was in multiple forms and across platforms. It…

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What the End of DACA means for Me

  “I know they were just kids when they came,” my detractor emphasized the youthfulness in which we came, our innocence and carefully constructed their sentences to sound sympathetic even if hastily done. “But they have to go back.” they dropped the statement cold and lifelessly. It was all meant to be soft but firm.…

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