Sharon Kyle: Orange Is the New Orange, by George A. Polisner provides a quick and easy way to peruse a summarized version that contains 200 of the most critical passages of the Mueller Report.
Sharon Kyle — Deep inside I wept. At that moment, I think she sensed, even more than I was able to admit to myself, how deeply I had been wounded.
Sharon Kyle: Clearly, for some, protecting the 2nd Amendment is more important than protecting the lives of children. But for many, this unyielding devotion to the amendment is hard to understand.
Sharon Kyle: White supremacy isn’t just a right-wing belief–no, it is mainstream and has been since the birth of the nation (no pun intended).
Sharon Kyle: Morrison’s life experience as a black woman born during the Jim Crow period and raised during the transition from state sanctioned segregation to socially sanctioned segregation was expressed in all of her writings.
Sharon Kyle: The Galveston Police Department does not deny the accuracy of the photograph, instead, they attempt to deny that Mr. Neely was being led by a leash.
Sharon Kyle: So what is stopping us from moving forward on an impeachment inquiry? The answer is that there haven’t been enough congressional representatives to stand up and say they will support one.
Sharon Kyle: At least 85,000 law enforcement officers across the United States have been investigated or disciplined for misconduct over the past decade for violations including rape and molestation.
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Sharon Kyle: I’m long past the time in my life when cartoon characters like MushroomMario Kart mean anything to me. Heck, I didn’t even know what the thing looked like so I had to Googled it.
Sharon Kyle: That was the essence of her magic. Her authenticity, her unyielding commitment to be who she was, the courage she showed in stepping onto the international stage without conforming to anyone’s standards but her own–that and more made her our queen.
I don’t know if you have to experience discrimination, first hand, in order to be able to see it, but I do know that I learned a when my uncle became wheelchair bound 20 years ago. For that reason, I have hope that maybe the Civil Rights Division under the Obama administration will do what it has often failed to do in the past – provide a line of defense for this country’s most vulnerable people.
Sharon Kyle: The vision is to equip the Civilian Oversight Commission with the power to subpoena records and to compel the testimony of deputies and their superiors accused of wrongdoing—hence the initiative.