Women Won't Be Silenced
ub Sun, 01/22/2023 - 09:56

For far too long many international governments led by male leaders have tried to control women by telling them what to do and say.

The silent majority is no longer staying quiet and are beginning to push back against the female force in multiple nations worldwide.

Their movement keeps growing and spreading from the Middle East and North Africa to American polling stations. The women vow civil unrest and protests against global governments.

Women Fight Back
ub Thu, 05/05/2022 - 08:43

Republicans have been on the rhetorical offensive against women for too long. Will Mothers Day be a time to stand up for their rights?

According to the most recent data available, there are more women in the USA than men, so why is it that they lack equal representation in government, private industry, and academia, and their earnings are still not the same as those of men. Will the scales of equal justice for all under the law ever be balanced?

Tick Talk

Submitted by ub on Wed, 04/13/2022 - 13:01

The Chinese-owned social media giant joins Putin’s propaganda by muzzling users and cutting them off and allowing lies to spread.

Ticks are more than a nuisance. Ticks are external parasites, living by feeding on the blood of mammals, birds, and sometimes reptiles and amphibians. Can we talk?

Women's HERSTORY Month
ub Fri, 03/04/2022 - 11:17

Happy Women's Herstory Month to all the ladies on earth and elsewhere, in case there are also intelligent beings on other planets.

March is many things a month when we set back our clocks, a month when we celebrate the return of Spring, a month when we consistently find ourselves over or underdressed for the weather, no matter what the actual temperature is but it is also Women’s History Month!

Historic Dark Day

Submitted by ub on Sat, 01/15/2022 - 20:54

January 15 marks a tragic anniversary 195 years ago when the executors of Thomas Jefferson sold 130 enslaved people from Monticello.

Thomas Jefferson was an American statesman, diplomat, lawyer, architect, philosopher, and Founding Father who served as the third president of the United States from 1801 to 1809.

This is how they advertised the devastation they would bring on scores of families.

The Bronx Fire Victims
ub Thu, 01/13/2022 - 03:29

These are the victims of The Bronx apartment fire that ranged from 2 to 50 years old and many were West African immigrants.

This deadly blaze in The Bronx was the second such tragedy at low-income housing in the USA this month. The first was in Philadelphia, PA.

RIP: Desmond Tutu
ub Sun, 12/26/2021 - 04:52

The archbishop, whose powerful voice helped slay apartheid in South Africa, and earned a Nobel Peace Prize in 1984 is dead at 90.

The South African anti-apartheid campaigner, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, and Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu was one of the world’s most revered religious leaders, died in Cape Town. This loss will be felt all over the world. A peacebuilder and a humble person; a joyful sense of humor and one who experienced and helped his nation confront a serious problem.

American Diversity
ub Wed, 12/15/2021 - 06:36

There aren’t enough minorities training at American academies of the USA Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard and Merchant Marine.

An Associated Press investigation, analysis reveals that despite diversity gains, racism still plagues US military academies.

We just feel it’: Racism plagues US military academies | AP News

Support Voting Rights
ub Tue, 12/14/2021 - 06:06

It is Tuesday morning, do you know how to immediately reach your Representative in Congress and your two US Senators?

Senators meet every Tuesday for a weekly caucus luncheon, where they discuss and set their legislative priorities. It’s imperative that they hear from all Americans about the need for structural democracy reform legislation before they go into these important meetings.

Call your Senators on Tuesday before lunch and let them know you want them to fix the filibuster and fix democracy. 

Doing The Right Thing
ub Wed, 12/01/2021 - 08:52

On December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on a Montgomery bus because she deserved to be treated equally.

Her decision ignited the boycott that led to a federal court ruling against segregation in public transportation. She took a stand by taking a seat.…