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Do you Kill them? Banish them? Put them in Jail?

Though the recent torture of an innocent man in Chicago is the root of my thoughts, this missive isn't actually about that. Rather it's about what to do with such people. It's a very serious question we, as a society, must ask ourselves. What do we do with people who kidnap and torture innocent people? In our anger we are likely to say kill them or if more calmly tempered like Montel William...
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We Don’t have to Kill Racism, Just Let it Die Already

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I often say that racism in America is dead. That, of course, is an oversimplification. It's based on the experiences this platypus has had over a lifetime among people of all races and having those relationships be positive and warm. I say this about racism because I see a difference between the existence of racists and the existence of racism as a common practice. However, when I read stories lik...
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Tilda Swinton & Margaret Cho Demonstrate the Weakness of Diversity

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The below article is about an email exchange between to actresses about diversity in film. Each desires as much diversity as possible. Here's the flaw in their thinking, and the one that perpetuates racism, in all their efforts to be "diverse" what they really mean is they can only relate to people who look like them. That's not diversity, that's racism in a nutshell. It might be a difficult co...
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Clarence Claus Wrapping Paper Sweetly Racist

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IISantaSanta comes from a very old tradition. He was Greek, or perhaps Turkish. Originally known as Saint Nicholas. Though he may have had a tan he was semetic or as is more commonly said, "white". The legend of Santa Claus can be traced back hundreds of years to a monk named St. Nicholas. It is believed that Nicholas was born sometime around 280 A.D. in Patara, near Myra in modern-day Tur...
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