Category Archives: Trick or Treating

Track or Treat?

If you look closely at history you will noticed that America was founded on a color-coded trick called race. That trick laid the track of dubious racial distinction and distracted us from the treat of compassionate color-caring and equality. Perhaps we … Continue reading

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Let’s Be Fair & Name Every Holiday “Holiday”

There continues to be much effort made attempting to change the name and focus of Christmas.  For example, this Christmas season, the governor of Rhode Island, Lincoln Chafee, decided to change the name of the Christmas tree in the rotunda … Continue reading

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