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#NotAnotherC(abrini)G(reen) is our Chicagoan plea to make Donald Trump's America racism-free!

#NotAnotherC(abrini)G(reen) is our Chicagoan plea to make Donald Trump's America racism-free!
When it comes to hiding our past transgressions, Chicago is up there with Where’s Waldo?. Our fair city has more body mounds than Arlington and more skeletons in her closet than Vincent Price. The Cabrini-Green Homes was the Chicago Housing Authority’s (CHA) attempt to corral nearly 15,000 poor minority citizens into 3,607 cramped apartment buildings. It subsequently... Read more »

The Kardashians, Donald Trump, and the moral ideal of Judgment (Kvetching with Steven Podcast, Episode #2!)

The Kardashians, Donald Trump, and the moral ideal of Judgment (Kvetching with Steven Podcast, Episode #2!)
Straight from my mouth to your brain, the second episode of my podcast, Kvetching with Steven is now available on SoundCloud.com! In this week’s episode, I talk about the idea of moral judgment and how it can be a positive and negative tool to use in our lives. Donald Trump, The Kardashians, and Wendy’s all... Read more »

The Persecution Complex: When Difficult people become more than annoying

The Persecution Complex: When Difficult people become more than annoying
So, I’m a part of this Facebook group. Now, right there, that first sentence spells nothing but strife and trouble, as all Facebook groups are a breeding ground for loonies and prime examples of evolution gone awry. It’s a place where people go to bond with other like-minded individuals who enjoy or take part in... Read more »
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This week on "Insane Reactions to National Tragedies": Donald Trump on Twitter and homophobic "Dennis" on Facebook react to the Orlando Shooting

With 49 dead at the hands in Orlando as a result of ISIS-pledged Omar Mateen gunning them down with an assault weapon, a veil has fallen over the nation. The rational are banding together and staying strong, offering support, and praying through the worst. But sadly, as is to be expected, a few ditch-rats have... Read more »

Footprints of the Past: Remembrances of Those That Came Before

Footprints of the Past: Remembrances of Those That Came Before
One of the good things about Facebook is that unexpected joys pop up as a result of this cantankerous little time-waster. You can reconnect with old friends, make new ones and see if your ex has gotten fat to boot! (There’s also the Minions that the middle age crowd has glommed onto, but that will... Read more »

The Age of The Uninformed or "If it's not on Facebook, it's not news!"

The Age of The Uninformed or "If it's not on Facebook, it's not news!"
I remember the first day, at the beginning of high school, that Facebook came into prominence. My friend said that I simply must get one, because it had become de rigeur in the sacred sects of the echelon of the high school elite. I created my profile in haste, having already been initiated into the... Read more »
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The Danger of Losing Trust

The Danger of Losing Trust
Trust is one of the most precious things in the world. To trust someone is to place your life and values into their hands, knowing full well that they will uphold them and do their best not to hurt you. But, I’ve seen recently, trust has become rather a commodity in this day and age.... Read more »