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You’re the Joke, Guys.

Last year, then 14-year old Malala Yousafzai was shot three times on her way to school by a Taliban hit squad, who saw her and her vocal advocacy for education as a threat to their efforts in establishing their rule … Continue reading

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Malala Goes Back to School

Back in October of last year, 15-year old Pakistani girl Malala Yousafzai was shot in the head by a couple of masked Taliban gunmen who considered the idea of her getting an education and crusading for education rights “an obscenity”.  … Continue reading

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It Depends on Which Thousand Words You Choose.

When I was searching Reddit for yesterday’s post, I came across this editorial image.  Originally I was somewhat torn about whether or not to post it, because something like this usually provokes a great deal of anger among some people … Continue reading

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Malala Yousafzai – Time’s Person of the Year.

Well, not yet.  Go to Time’s website and vote for her.  In case you don’t remember she’s the young girl shot in the head by the Taliban, whose religion professes that the idea of women educating themselves is an “obscenity” … Continue reading

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The Taliban Are Scared of 14 Year Old Girls.

Taliban Gun Down Girl Who Spoke Up for Rights If you’re so desperately frightened that even the most rudimentary education and awareness of a larger world will drive people away from your religion, then maybe it’s not one worth much … Continue reading

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On the Other Side of the World …

I suppose I should consider myself thankful that while we have people in this country who are opposed to vile, liberal plots like the teaching of evolution in public schools and the availability of low-cost birth control, actual terror attacks … Continue reading

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