One year in elementary school, a classmate of mine brought in the VHS tape to a movie that he and his family watched each year on MLK Day—the film is titled Our Friend, Martin, and follows Miles, a young African American boy who has more concern for his future than the past, through time with … Continue reading honoring mlk through a child’s eyes
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...By now we all know what happened. Donald Trump was elected the 45th President of the United States. Republicans maintain majorities in the House of Representatives and the Senate, and a majority of Governors seats around the nation. By securing both houses of Congress and the White House, Republicans can now enact their own agenda … Continue reading what just happened?
Scandal of the week: Grabby dudes. First off, I’d never consider you a “star, Donald. Just a creepy old guy with a lot of money and a loud mouth. But even if you were a star, no, you can’t just grab whatever you want. If you ever pulled that kind of BS with me or any of my … Continue reading grabbin’
Since Mary and I started The LipLiner, we've had lots of cool people talk to us about the site, reactions to particular posts, and even contribute ideas of their own. One of the best things to have resulted from the site's conception is my cousin Suzanne's consistent postings. I grew up following my siblings and older … Continue reading the cursing gourmet branches out
Strangely enough, this post is inspired in part by Bridget and by presidential nominee Donald Trump. Bear with me. Last week, Bridget helpfully detailed National Coffee Day promotions for the binge drinkers among us. In the spirit of holidays that may or may not have been made up by some random guy on his computer … Continue reading let’s talk about cyber, baby
When two party politics take over your newsfeed.
*sings* why can't we be friends?