Snobbery and Promotion
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Category Archives: Poverty
To hear Mitt Romney (and many others) tell it, Emergency Rooms are the physical embodiment of Mother Theresa, treating indigents like Jesus treated the lepers. The great seas of health care are suddenly parted for the poor and ill, and … Continue reading
Like many Americans, I stayed up late last night to listen to Governor Chris Christie deliver the keynote address at the Republican National Convention. I wanted to hear how Mitt Romney will transform the stagnant economy, how he will inspire … Continue reading
Watch the following video. See if you can spot the trend. I’ll give you a hint; it is almost at the very end, but you have to watch the whole thing to pick up on it. Did you hear it? … Continue reading
There is one calculation that almost every American man over fifty* has made in his head that he will almost never admit to. The ones who have made it more than once and many times a year are the ones … Continue reading
Yesterday, the Supreme Court of the United States of America ruled that it is legal for you to be strip-searched when arrested for any offense, however minor. Moreover, they did not limit the number of times you could be searched … Continue reading
In October, Linn State Technical College in Linn, Mo., notified its 1,200 students that they will have to take a drug test to enroll there Florida requires citizens applying for pubic assistance to submit to a drug test. Supporters of … Continue reading