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Happy 4th of July

Happy 4th

Play nice… and Play safe

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It’s almost Independance Day

The 4th of July is right around the corner

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something to consider

Wisdom is Found Through Experience

The journey into the self is the greatest journey of discovery that I have ever traversed.  It has no end as long as I’m alive, I keep evolving, I keep discovering deeper levels to who I am and Truths that define me not only as a person, but as One with humanity and the rest of the Universe.

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You know what you did !

You know what you DID..

Ummm no, no I don’t. If I did why the HELL do I have this stupid look on my face? … again

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Tread Softly

I’m not exactly well versed in classic literature, but I read this a Very long time ago and I think of it often

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Social Justice For All

I was fortunate enough to get a great many responses to my BWA for Mark Regnerus.  Along with the responses came many wonderful ideas for a call to action.  I would like to share a key call to action and I have to thank Scott Rose from The New Civil Rights Movement for leaving this item on my blog. I also need to thank my friend and ally Sara Swain.

First, one needs to point out just some of the flawed science of Dr. Regnerus: the core of Regnerus’ analysis is “kin altruism”, the biological tie between parent and child, a mythical sine qua non in securing the stability required for children to thrive. That stability can come ONLY from this mythical kin altruism, and children can thrive ONLY with this kin-altruism-derived stability. Ergo, ONLY those children raised by their biological parent(s) (who are presumably not drunkards, abusive, mentally deranged…

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Action Against Abuse

The internet is a wonderful tool, that enables us all to connect, share, learn and discover. 

It would be a terrible shame if our children were unable to utilise such a great tool just because of the threat from a shameful minority.

But there are ways to keep your kids safe, and here they are explained in easy-to-follow steps, which hopefully will help even the least of techinical minds protect their children more effectively.

There is no substitute for being actively involved in the lives of your children, and trusted by them, and of corse for educating them without panic so that they are armed with the tools to protect themselves. 

Also, we recommend keeping your family computer in a public place, but with the advancement of mobile Internet, this is not enough any more.

~A.A.A

Step by step guide for protecting kids online

1) iPhone/ipad/ipod

Kids simply love these easy-to-use devices, which…

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