To make up for not having a posting for yesterday; I decided to put together an extra on top of my other posting for today
I wanted to aggregate a few questions I gleamed from other websites that I want you to ponder:
DOES THE “LEGACY OF SLAVERY” EXPLAIN BLACK WOMEN’S 72% OUT-OF-WEDLOCK BIRTH RATE?
Taken directly from the title of Wintery Knight’s July 2nd posting. My question to many is just that. Additionally, can we not show “agency” or some form of personal accountability?
But what exactly is Black Lives Matter asking for?
Taken from Bartholomew Murphy’s America First Student Blog. I want people to know what the organization wants (and offers) versus what many angry members of the public want. They aren’t congruent. One wants to watch western civilization burn and the others want for their grievances to be heard.
If my culture is worthy of critique and ridicule; why isn’t yours?
Pride drives us often in our lives. We make a series of decisions (for ill or good) that shape what happens to us. My culture is often highlighted by stupid television programming and often shittier music. It is skewered by pseudo intelligent types, upper crust CONservatives, and Hollyweird types. I dont get butthurt about it. But you often do. Your pride prevents you from taking outside criticism. You often show the appearance of reveling in your own filth. But your representatives fail to take the criticism in stride (or learn from it).
Are all men created equal or are they not?
Taken from When in the Course of Human Events – LewRockwell, written by Andrew Napolitano. (Posted in the MC Viewpoint by M.C.)
Do you become less equal than others? Do you feel less equal? This tails into a myriad of different questions. I often say that you can choose how you feel and you can choose how “rich” or “poor” you are. It is beyond law and it moves into character.
I want for you to light the fire under your own asses and think about things like this. It is your life now. You are free to be as free as you want to be.