An Open Letter To My Fellow Americans: Part II---Where's the Rage?
By: thedoctorisinthehouse • Politics • 89 Comments • 5 Likes • 59 minutes ago
“I want to see candidates who gives us the benefit of their intellect and experience. I want a candidate for whom the election isn't the end all and...”
Although I think that most of the responses I will get to this letter will come from those who consider themselves to be on the political right, The target audience for this is actually the moderate and liberal members of society who are allowing themselves to be edged toward totalitarianism and...
An Open Letter To My Fellow Americans: Subject--- Voting Rights
By: thedoctorisinthehouse • Politics • 112 Comments • 10 Likes • 4 days ago
“I plan to write an entire series of articles in this open letter format. There are too many issues that have become combative and have divided our...”
We are a nation in crisis. It doesn't matter whether you identify as a Democrat, Republican or Independent. It doesn't matter if you believe in conservative, middle of the road, or liberal policies. It doesn't make a whit of difference if you are White, Black, Brown, or any other shade of skin...
To Steal Our Democracy and What We Can Do To Get It Back
By: thedoctorisinthehouse • Politics • 12 Comments • 4 Likes • 4 months ago
“What is the single most important feature of the experiment that is the United States? For many, if not a majority of Americans, it is the notion...”
What is the single most important feature of the experiment that is the United States? For many, if not a majority of Americans, it is the notion that all are created equal. That equality is firmly rooted in our election process. The 18 year old finishing her high school course of study, living...
It's Time We Change How We Dialogue
By: thedoctorisinthehouse • Politics • 67 Comments • 12 Likes • 7 months ago
“We are becoming increasingly a society that is so divided by our political affiliations that the long term welfare and success of our nation is in...”
It's time! The political atmosphere is poisonous. People are attacking, killing, and maiming others, not because of war, famine, or pestilence, but because of the political views we hold. We have moved to the point of our politics defining who we will associate with rather than our humanity. We...