Palestinian killed by Israeli sniper

Palestinian killed by Israeli sniper

Originally posted on kalki:
Palestinian killed by Israeli sniper published in 07/21/2014 Palestinian man repeatedly shot and ultimately killed by a sniper while he searched for his family in the devastated neighborhood of Shujaiyeh. The man, wearing a green shirt and black pants, was reportedly shot by a sniper while trying to cross an alleyway…

The Kind of Girl Who Can Swallow

The Kind of Girl Who Can Swallow

Found this amazing gem on my Facebook page today. It’s only 3 minutes long, but I’ve spent almost a half hour listening to her, over and over. She is Venessa Marco. And this is her spoken word poem “Patriarchy,” from the Women of the World Poetry Slam 2014. And Slam it she does!! (for those … Continue reading

RE2PECT for Derek Jeter

RE2PECT for Derek Jeter

Tonight, is a sad night. Derek Jeter is playing in his last All Star game. It doesn’t matter if you are a Yankee’s fan, a baseball fan or even a sports fan. Mr. Jeter is a man to be admired. In a time of sports being nothing more than a showcase for obnoxious tweeting loud … Continue reading

Illegal Immigration Idiots

Illegal Immigration Idiots

QUESTION OF THE DAY: How do these lovely people manage to find the spare time, amidst their busy lives, to gather together as one, and form an unruly mob? Their sole purpose being to stop illegal immigrants from entering our country by SPITTING, SWEARING and THROWING objects at buses carrying WOMEN AND CHILDREN. POSSIBLE ANSWER: … Continue reading

Murder, So Rote

Murder, So Rote

Jon Stewart and “The Daily Show” once again, hit the nail directly on the head, when it comes to the issue of gun control, mass shootings and our response as a nation. Some priceless quotes from the 5 minute segment “Murder, So Rote”: “Even Google Street views changed its format to first person shooter.” We, … Continue reading

Sunny Kitty Day

Sunny Kitty Day

Another stressful day, in the life, of our hero, comes to a close. Hopefully tomorrow brings easier times and a lessened burden. Oh! The strife of the cinema . . .