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Ole Olson56,130It has come to light that Google has started funding and supporting some of the most vile right wing extremist collectives and corporate front groups in America. Join us by changing your avatar and boycotting every single Google service for one day in protest.  *On Wednesday, December 11th make a serious attempt to not use anything Google.* No Google Searches. No Google+. No gmail. No Youtube. No Google Calendar. No Blogger. No Google Maps. No Google Photos. No Google translate. No Google reverse image search. No Google Play. No Google Drive. No Google Books. No Google Shopping. Nothing.  (Android is immune since it is Open Source).  If nothing else, just think of this as a challenge to see if you are able to spend a day on the internet without using a single Google product or service or just take the day off and enjoy the real world for a change.  _Google, many of us are your most loyal users, and we love the technical direction everything is heading by rolling all services into Google+_ but it must be understood in no uncertain terms that we vehemently disagree with your decision to start to fund proto-fascist, right wing extremist, anti-environmental, anti-worker, and anti-science shock fronts like: •ALEC (American Legislative Exchange Council) •American Conservative Union •Americans for Tax Reform •CATO Institute •Federalist Society •George Mason University Law School Law and Economics Center •Heritage Action •Mercatus Center •National Taxpayers Union •R Street Institute •Texas Public Policy Foundation ________________________________________________ *More information:* Don’t Be Evil? Google Funding a Slew of Right-Wing Groups http://billmoyers.com/2013/12/04/dont-be-evil-google-funding-a-slew-of-right-wing-groups/ Tell Google CEO Larry Page to Cut Ties with ALEC http://org.salsalabs.com/o/632/p/dia/action3/common/public/?action_KEY=14651 Tell Google: Don't Be Evil With ALEC http://act.rootsaction.org/p/dia/action3/common/public/?action_KEY=8648 #ShameOnGoogle  #Google    #DontBeEvil  One Day Boycott of ALL Google Products2013-12-11 07:00:00159  

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Jindal wishing very hard.

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Wonder if the hard core endtimes people will associate this with Revelation 13:16....since he's talking about "those people," maybe not....

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One of the hardest questions I can ask myself, for some reason, as I move around in my house:

Why am I still keeping that piece of X?

One of the hardest questions I can ask myself, for some reason, as I move around in my house:

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quote: There literally is not one true statement in this. Having a “civil right” to same-sex marriage has literally nothing to do with whether any church will have to hire a gay minister, which is so ridiculous as to be utterly ludicrous. Interracial marriage is also a protected right in this country, but no church has ever been forced to hire a black minister, or a minister of any other race. You know why? Because churches are explicitly exempted from anti-discrimination laws.

And the same-sex marriage ruling also has nothing to do with protecting gay people from any other form of discrimination. There is still no federal protection against anti-gay discrimination in housing, employment or public accommodations, and there won’t be unless and until Congress passes a law to make it so. And most states do not have such protections either. The Obergefell ruling did nothing at all to changethat.... more »

quote: There literally is not one true statement in this. Having a “civil right” to same-sex marriage has literally nothing to do with whether any church will have to hire a gay minister, which is so ridiculous as to be utterly ludicrous. Interracial marriage is also a protected right in this country, but no church has ever been forced to hire a black minister, or a minister of any other race. You know why? Because churches are explicitly exempted from anti-discrimination laws.

And the same-sex marriage ruling also has nothing to do with protecting gay people from any other form of discrimination. There is still no federal protection against anti-gay discrimination in housing, employment or public accommodations, and there won’t be unless and until Congress passes a law to make it so. And most states do not have such protections either. The Obergefell ruling did nothing at all to change that. His son, who graduated from Harvard Law School, could certainly inform him that he’s full of shit, but he won’t because this lie serves his campaign. And when you’re lying for Jesus, or for your son, that’s totally okay.___

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quote: Without this heartfelt concern for the immediate needs of the very poorest people in mostly developing countries, Klein’s case for using the language of morality to build a global citizens movement for saving the planet - with everyone together speaking “of right and wrong, of love and indignation” - in the end rings hollow. For what does it mean to have “an unshakeable belief in the equal rights of all people and a capacity for deep compassion”, if there’s no focus on the preponderance of people in the world who lack the resources to even have an adequate standard of living? What does it mean to talk of “the need to assert the intrinsic value of life”, if there is no mentioning of the roughly 46,000 people who needlessly die each day from deprivation or deprivation–exacerbated disease?

quote: Without this heartfelt concern for the immediate needs of the very poorest people in mostly developing countries, Klein’s case for using the language of morality to build a global citizens movement for saving the planet - with everyone together speaking “of right and wrong, of love and indignation” - in the end rings hollow. For what does it mean to have “an unshakeable belief in the equal rights of all people and a capacity for deep compassion”, if there’s no focus on the preponderance of people in the world who lack the resources to even have an adequate standard of living? What does it mean to talk of “the need to assert the intrinsic value of life”, if there is no mentioning of the roughly 46,000 people who needlessly die each day from deprivation or deprivation–exacerbated disease?___

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New Orleans has a long history of problems with education.  In the early 1900s, they closed the only public high school for blacks because it was felt it wasn't necessary.  In the 1970s, my high school used school buses for the white kids, but made the black kids take public transit buses.  (That one caused a series of protests and some school riots, and ended up with it being addressed.)  When I was in college, I did a study for the Freshman English coordinator at one of the colleges that tracked preparedness for incoming freshmen, and at all but two of the high schools, the remediation level (where the student had placed in at least one level of remediation) was over 60 percent, with a large number being remedial in English and mathematics. The school system in the 80s were not allowing kids in poor schools to take their textbooks home to study because they said they couldn't afford therep... more »

New Orleans has a long history of problems with education.  In the early 1900s, they closed the only public high school for blacks because it was felt it wasn't necessary.  In the 1970s, my high school used school buses for the white kids, but made the black kids take public transit buses.  (That one caused a series of protests and some school riots, and ended up with it being addressed.)  When I was in college, I did a study for the Freshman English coordinator at one of the colleges that tracked preparedness for incoming freshmen, and at all but two of the high schools, the remediation level (where the student had placed in at least one level of remediation) was over 60 percent, with a large number being remedial in English and mathematics. The school system in the 80s were not allowing kids in poor schools to take their textbooks home to study because they said they couldn't afford the replacement costs of the books, and there was very little they offered the schools in the way of enrichment materials.

The educational system in New Orleans has always been kind of weird.  The Archdiocese of New Orleans ran a large school network of its own, with some excellent schools that served both rich and poor, black and white.  People who could afford it and those who couldn't but got assistance or scholarships sent their kids there by preference, because, to be frank, the public school system in New Orleans and even in the state as a whole, was set up for standards that were too low (this was all before No Child Left Behind).

So reading about this doesn't surprise me much.

For the record, I am an alumna of the New Orleans public school system, but I was in a special program at one of the better schools.  I suspect my experience in the early 70s wasn't the same as those who followed later.___

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quote: Quick recap: John Scalzi Is Not A Very Popular Author And I Myself Am Quite Popular is a parody of an ebook by an obnoxious bigot who is obsessed with me, and I said (full details here) that if people raised $2,500 for Con or Bust, which funds science fiction convention memberships for people of color, I’d create an audiobook version of it. That happened. Then I said if we hit a stretch goal of $10,000, I’d also commission a song about me not being very popular. And that just happened! Whoo-hoo!

quote: Quick recap: John Scalzi Is Not A Very Popular Author And I Myself Am Quite Popular is a parody of an ebook by an obnoxious bigot who is obsessed with me, and I said (full details here) that if people raised $2,500 for Con or Bust, which funds science fiction convention memberships for people of color, I’d create an audiobook version of it. That happened. Then I said if we hit a stretch goal of $10,000, I’d also commission a song about me not being very popular. And that just happened! Whoo-hoo!___

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