Posts tagged "equal rights"

Dear Neil Cavuto, the United States is not a Judeo-Christian nation, and that’s OK

There’s no doubt that child indoctrination is powerful. In the 1950s there was a lot of nationalism in the U.S. Much of it was misguided. People influenced by that era often have fond memories of it. It’s a time when the country was prosperous and peaceful. But this had nothing to do with post World... Read more »

Kuwait theocracy declares Islam is weak

“The less secure a man is, the more likely he is to have extreme prejudice.” – Clint Eastwood Any belief that cannot withstand scrutiny isn’t worth having. Anyone who is secure in their beliefs does not run away from criticism, they welcome it. The Kuwaiti parliament has declared the so called omnipotent deity Allah unable... Read more »

Women’s Rights if God was a Girl

How much harm has primitive male dominated societies done to women’s potential over the past millenniums? How long have women suffered as oppressed second class citizens? What would history look like now if the Western god was a woman? What if males were not indoctrinated with a notion of superiority and prejudice against the opposite... Read more »
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Fighting for Gay Rights in America

The Founding Fathers created a system of government that protected minorities from the tyranny of the majority. Upon this foundation and the unalienable rights listed in the Declaration of Independence, freedom has grown in this country as our society has progressed. Obtaining equal rights for many has not been easy, and the history of this... Read more »