‘Two dimensions of otherness’ – the Syrian refugee crisis migrates to America


"Each new American citizen brings a unique set of skills and experiences which they can use to improve our communities and our nation. And each of them can help renew our shared hope that unlimited possibilities are available to everyone who embraces the opportunities that this country offers under its Constitution." - León Rodríguez, Director… Continue reading ‘Two dimensions of otherness’ – the Syrian refugee crisis migrates to America

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Dying in custody – a most necessary conversation


Oh freedom, Oh freedom, Oh freedom over me And before I'll be a slave, I'll be buried in my grave And go home to my lord and be free Lulled and complacent among a couple of thousand righteous liberals and progressives, what should be seen is often easily hidden. The obvious remains obscured behind conversations… Continue reading Dying in custody – a most necessary conversation

Flag, fife and drum – a teen parade


In the fight for our continuing freedom, the battle for our enduring liberty, the teens have been handed the flag, the drum and the fife. There have been three recent events regarding teenagers in America that have brought those who are our hope for a salvageable future to the fore. One is the president's doing,… Continue reading Flag, fife and drum – a teen parade

Ron Paul’s sphere sucks young voters into racism’s toilet


To the casual observer, like Baltimore Sun columnist Thomas F. Schaller, the perception of the Ron Paul brand is a simple one. "To look at him," Schaller points out in his opinion piece, Tuesday, "Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul seems harmless. He's cute and contrarian. He wears poorly fitting suits. He's decidedly un-slick. You almost… Continue reading Ron Paul’s sphere sucks young voters into racism’s toilet