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The Court of Public Opinion vs. Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman

Posted on 22, April 2012

in Category & Rescuers, Bullies, Integrity, Media, relationships, Society, Victims

Following the tragic loss of Trayvon Martin at the hands of George Zimmerman, almost everyone who is aware of the case has an opinion, and it is those opinions that have taken this story to a level of volatility that could become explosive. Trayvon’s death and the subsequent media swell around this has resulted in emotions on all sides of the war of public opinion being evoked and provoked. At this point, the controversy has taken on a life of its own, and the truth may likely have been lost.  Although charges have been filed against George Zimmerman, the underlying issues [&hellip

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The Parable of the Broken Egg, Part 4: Your Government Hard At Work???

Posted on 26, July 2011

in Category & Rescuers, Bullies, Integrity, Politics, Society, Victims

A dangerous game of political chicken is being played in our country with the debt ceiling, and it stands the chance of bringing the further downfall of the American Empire. I wouldn’t say that this “crisis” of the debt ceiling would be the major cause of this downfall, it is a symptom of a larger problem. I have often said that arrogance has led to the downfall of almost every empire throughout time, and what I see now when I turn on the news is arrogance and politicians who seem to be out of touch with many Americans. It is [&hellip

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Let The Lambs Be Silent No More

Posted on 25, November 2009

in Category & Rescuers, Bullies, Society, Uncategorized, Victims

So I think we all can say that we have been bullied in our lives. Some of us fight back, and many of us don’t. In my last installment, I discussed the potential consequences of not standing up and speaking out. Standing up to the bully does not have to be with a fight, and does not have to be done alone. To understand our reactions to bullies, as kids or adults, we have to go back in time. We may not want to realize it, but as I stated in the last installment, we often feel like kids when [&hellip

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