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Texas Republicans Are Against Pornography In Libraries and Are Supported by Republicans In Other States

Library of Alexandria artist rendition

This essay is dedicated to my well-read and erudite friend Woody Besse in Cedar Hill, Texas who puts up with my decidedly anti-Republican essays exposing the duplicity and double-talk given to education and learning, First Amendment rights and guarantees, and the equality of all people regardless of sex, gender, gender-identification, race, age, status, etc.

Burning books and other items containing knowledge is as old as time. Julius Cesar burned the Library of Alexander, that was one of the largest and most significant libraries of the ancient world. The Library1 was part of a larger research institution called the Mouseion, which was dedicated to the Muses, the nine goddesses of the arts, and all documents in it...

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America’s Hate Organizations for Trump Sew Division and Encourage Violence

Jesus for white christian evangelicals

American Family Association (AFA), Family Research Council (FRC). and 2nd Vote are white christian evangelical organizations committed to destroying equality and democracy, following the far-right Heritage Foundation. 2nd Vote claims that it is the “Conservative Watchdog for Corporate Activism” and boasts that it has gone so far as rating companies based on much the organization determines that they follow “traditional Judeo-Christian values” from the medieval period to today, standing today against the Equality Act (it passed the House in the 117th Congress on February 25, 2021),1 deeming it as “an unprecedented attack on freedom of expression”...

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Corrupt Cozies Continue Congress’ Surging Cesspool Shimming Trump’s Swamp

Three Republican members of Congress did not report up to $22 million in stock trades made earlier this year within 45 days of the transactions, as required by law, an elections watchdog group said in ethics complaints filed Thursday afternoon. The late disclosures by Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Ala.), among the most ignorant congressional representative who did not know the three branches of government spelled out in the Constitution, Rep. Blake Moore (R-Utah) and Rep. Pat Fallon (R-Texas) all violated the STOCK Act, the Campaign Legal Center said in its complaints1 to the Senate Ethics Committee and the Office of Congressional Ethics.2

Rep Blake Moore (R-UT), Sen Tommy Tuberville (R-AL), Rep Pat Fallon (R-TX)

Tuberville and Moore reported their trades in July, six months after their first ...

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