AMAZING words, Colbert! I hope we're listening.

Christian Nation / Stephen Colbert ~ I love this man. And I love this quote.

Vintage UNICEF!  --- 1979 --- A group of girls dressed in their national costumes embrace at the United Nations in New York City.    © UNICEF/Shelley Rotner  http://www.unicef.org

A group of girls dressed in their national costumes embrace at the United Nations in New York City, (© UNICEF/Shelley Rotner)

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Women are not an interest group. They are mothers and daughters and sisters and wives. They are half of this country and they are perfectly capable of making their own choices about health. -President Barack Obama---TRUE-so let them do it!

liberation theology.

"When I give food to the poor, they call me a saint. When I ask why the poor have no food, they call me a communist." - Dom Helder Camara In some places in the US these days, they'll arrest you for feeding the poor (homeless).

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Now I understand Politics! When top level people look down, they see only poop-heads; When the bottom level people look up, they see only assholes. You will Never see another Flow Chart that describes politics so clearly.

#prochoice #liberal #war #prolife #socialist #political #politics #leftwing #abortion #environment #green #equality #feminism

You cannot be pro-war, anti-equality (anti-gay marriage), anti-environment (refusing to believe in global warming and act accordingly) and call yourself pro-life.

something to ponder

May Flower Theme Stitch Along For New Embroidery with Vintage Patterns Group May 2011 Flower Stitch Along. Vintage floral pattern from Mary Corbet's Needle 'N Thread.

Archaeologists working at the site of La Corona in Guatemala have discovered a 1,300-year-old-year Maya text that provides only the second known reference to the so-called "end date" of the Maya calendar, December 21, 2012. The discovery, one of the most significant hieroglyphic finds in decades, was announced June 28, 2012 at the National Palace in Guatemala.

Maya archaeologists unearth new 2012 monument with 'end date' of Dec. 21, 2012

Second inscription carved into stone staircase confirms 'end date' of Mayan calendar - December 2012 ~ RiseEarth

CAN YOU SEE ME? Nawab (age 12) and his friend Jabar make glue by boiling scraps of leather that they scavenged from debris, in Dhaka District of Bangladesh. The work – which exposes them to a myriad of toxic chemicals – earns each boy about 60 taka (approximately US 0.88) for each 13-hour shift. They are among nearly 215 million children involved in labour worldwide, of whom nearly 115 million work in hazardous conditions. © UNICEF/Shehzad Noorani  - To see more: www.unicef.org/photography

Nawab Ali years old) carries buckets full of glue manufactured from waste leather and hides, while Jabar years old) fills other buckets standing inside a glue tank in the background.

On subjects like keeping teachers in the classroom and making college affordable, Mitt Romney gets straight F's.

Democrat InfoSnap – On subjects like keeping teachers in the classroom and making college affordable, Mitt Romney gets straight F's.

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Remember when teachers, public employees, Planned Parenthood, NPR and PBS crashed the stock market, wiped out half of our took trillions in taxpayer

america. Obsessed!

Daria Werbowy in Chanel - Red White & Blue. This would the Perfect of July outfit - don't you think ?

The Rights of Children: Protection from exploitation - Sarah, 11, washes dishes at her home in the rural district of Al Munira in Hodeidah Governorate of Yemen. She does not go to school, and spends her days performing domestic chores. Sarah’s parents claim that they cannot afford to educate her. “I want to go to school to learn to be a doctor,” she said. - 2007 © UNICEF/Giacomo Pirozzi - http://www.unicef.org

unicef: “ The Rights of Children: Protection from exploitation Sarah, washes dishes at her home in the rural district of Al Munira in Hodeidah Governorate of Yemen. She does not go to school, and.

Jeannette Twishima smiles, holding her 22-month-old daughter, Charlène Bisengimana, as she displays the child’s health card inside their home, in Nkoyoyo Colline in the north-eastern Muyinga Province of Burundi. They have just returned from the immunization outreach post at the market. The health card contains the record of the child’s vaccination against measles during the UNICEF-supported immunization campaign.    © UNICEF/NYHQ2012-0482/Christine Nesbitt    http://www.unicef.org

Jeannette Twishima smiles, holding her daughter, Charlène Bisengimana, as she displays the child’s health card inside their home, in Nkoyoyo Colline in the north-eastern Muyinga Province.

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