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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12 thoughts on “Censorship in America – *Actual* Facts

  1. Whatever anyone thinks about Trump, he has finally got people off of their sofas and away from their televisions. Anything that stirs the people has to be good, in the long term. Brexit, Trump, Thatcher, we need such things to create a catalyst. That moment when enough people decide it is finally time to do something.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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      1. Lol, only can log on sometimes. I can’t read blogs because page loading takes forever. And reading is lame lol, too hot to read in the sun, or busy exploring, and my usual insomnia has vanished as that’s my good reading time in bed, where I pass out early from too much fresh air, LOL. Trying to finish 2 books while I’m here, oh, but wait til next month! I’ll catch up 🙂 xo

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  2. For you and your readers, Kate:
    I’ve got an article auto-posting shortly after midnight Sun/Mon (NYC time) that will offer an explanation as to why so many still resist the implications of what’s coming out more and more – about what science has to say about it. [Why we hate to change our minds]

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