At the risk of being accused of fomenting violence, We the People nevertheless proudly proclaim, “1776!”
Who knew before this week that referring to 1776–the year We the People declared our independence, citing our God-given rights–is nothing more than a “codeword” [sic] that calls for violence?
Posted in censorship, Constitutional Rights, Ideology, Media bias, Open Threads
Tagged 1776, censorship, Constitutional rights, Declaration of Independence, Elon Musk, free speech, open thread, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, stalinism, totalitarianism, Twitter, We the People
You know what? I don’t give a bat’s nether regions whether or not Halloween “marginalizes” anyone. It’s fun. It’s nostalgic. It’s at least a quasi-religious holiday that has special meaning to many. As such, it deserves respect. Halloween also has cultural connotations for certain ethnic groups and cultures. As such, it deserves respect–as much as Juneteenth, Ramadan, MLK Day, Cinco de Mayo, Chinese New Year, Diwali, and many other holidays, memorials, or celebrations. This, after all, is America, the melting pot of the world.
Posted in censorship, Education, Holidays, Ideology, Open Threads, Racism, Woke
Tagged censorship, Chinese New Year, Cinco de Mayo, diversity and inclusion, Diwali, Halloween 2021, Juneteenth, MLK Day, open thread, Pumpkin Parade, racism, Ramadan, Seattle Public Schools, wokeness