Monthly Archives: June 2010

I don’t celebrate Independence Day. How I learned to stop worrying and love America

I don’t celebrate Independence Day in the U.S. not because I don’t appreciate and love the values it champions, but because I don’t feel the need to express nationalism to appreciate my birthright. I don’t celebrate it the same way because I’m going against tradition, and I find that to be a constructive means of learning in my life. Continue reading

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Is soccer a socialist plot?

So go ahead conservatives. Shout the old cries! The old creeds! Go ahead. But soccer isn’t a socialist plot to take over anything. In America, soccer is a children’s game. It’s not popular because that’s the way we see the rest of the world. Continue reading

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There’s more to Arizona than the Grand Canyon I guess…..

There has been an awful lot of rhetoric flying around the interwebs related to immigration. It’s amazing what a little legislating will do. NBA teams change their names. Cities around the country decide to boycott that state in protest. (Because this … Continue reading

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