We need reevaluate the political right’s obsession with the so-called “freedom” to bear arms because it is not only “criminals who kill people.”
A culture of criticism and long working hours causes high turnover when “Amabots” get spat out like the returned parcels they process.
Sexual addiction and Compulsivity is a vice affecting men and women, people of all races, socioeconomic backgrounds, sexual persuasions and religions.
Smug Trump climbs the ladder of infamy, as the right, ignoring his racist, sexist and piggish comments, push him ever closer to the greatest office in the land.
When faced with incomprehensible tragedy, give yourself a break. Take a few deep breaths and don’t drive yourself crazy looking for a reason that might not exist.
South African Dockworkers exerted real influence on the state by refusing to unload cargo. In a testament to the power of the few, their actions helped drive the local and national anti-apartheid movement.
Will Obama’s Interim Progress Report make a difference in the numbers of unarmed black men and women killed at the hands of police officers?
It’s time we asked, do we care more about how we treat our citizens in the social justice system, or the effectiveness of police?
Perched atop a crane, 150 feet in the air, Steve-O lets his actions speak louder than words…then gets arrested.
Donald Trump’s response to the savage racist beating of a Boston man isn’t just un-PC; it’s borderline criminal.
Conservative political discourse centers on “F” words: Faith, Family, Freedom and the Flag. When you exit Rick, take this buzz slang, which manipulates sheep into deciding if they are worthy to vote.
“Movements are driven by passion. Not by asserting yourself dominant by a world that already puts you there.”
Empowered by recent sexual abuse scandals in the media, Scotty Schrier refuses to stay silent on what it feels like to be the victim of a monster.
700,000 souls are released from correctional facilities in the US each year. One son’s mother begs us to care about undoing the torture happening behind bars before another life is lost.
Black people may see racism as central to their reality, while white people may consider racism a thing of the past.