Censorship in America – *Actual* Facts

ADD . . . and-so-much-more

Please don’t make me do this!
TRY to behave yourself, okay?

© Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC
from the What Kind of World do YOU Want? Series

Found HERE

Except for issues impacting Mental Health, this is NOT a political blog – and I do not want it to become one.

Although I am the linking queen, I rarely reblog either.

The “jump around the ‘net to read it all” format is really not great for readers with attentional issues and other struggles with Executive Functioning — even before I factor in the particular format that the WordPress Fairies believe is just hunky-dory.

I truly resent feeling forced to do either, just because a certain man/child believes he can get away with whatever he wants and the American public will say little about it.

And yet, here I am, just about to do both.

How Come?

If not us…

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One thought on “Censorship in America – *Actual* Facts

  1. God Bless, Christoph, for reblogging a call out to censure censorship. I hope that everyone in America will eventually appreciate it, but I most certainly appreciated right now!

    I just read an interesting post from idealisticrebel dot com [Keep It Up — The Resistance is WORKING], citing examples of how many things we have already been able to overturn or slow down thanks to resistance efforts (calls, blogs & emails as well as marches – especially effective in causing those up for re-election soonest to stop and think about what their support might mean – in either direction).

    From her post:
    ~~~~~~~~
    “Not only have the resisters already markedly altered the trajectory of public policy, they have also begun to make a difference in each other’s lives and their own conceptions of themselves. And this is the greatest threat to [our current president’s anti-progressive] movement.”

    THANK YOU!
    xx,
    mgh

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