Daily Archives: January 24, 2018

Male Sexuality Mentoring – Man & Boy Love!…


Date: January 24, 2018

01) Male Sexuality Mentoring- Man & Boy Love!

“A Positive Model for Intimate Boy / Older Male Relationships! The sexual mentoring of boys by older males goes back to the dawn of history (Percy, 1996), and very likely even into prehistoric times.

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Other than a mentor as noted in this video, neither a boy’s parents or other adults, his peers – who are most likely no better informed than himself, nor any formal sex education program, will suffice to adequately and satisfactorily address a boy’s desire and need to learn about his sexuality.”

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Waking Up with Sam Harris #114 – POLITICS AND SANITY (with David Frum and Andrew Sullivan)…

Date: January 24, 2018

01) Waking Up with Sam Harris #114 – POLITICS AND SANITY (with David Frum and Andrew Sullivan)

“In this episode of the Waking Up podcast, Sam Harris speaks with David Frum and Andrew Sullivan about the Trump presidency, hyper-partisanship, how democracies fail, immigration, the lowering life expectancy in the U.S., racism, social media, the opioid crisis, marijuana legalization, religion, what a healthy politics might look like, and other topics.

David Frum is a senior editor at The Atlantic and the author of Trumpocracy: The Corruption of the American Republic, his ninth book. Frum spent most of his career in conservative media and research institutions, including the Manhattan Institute and the American Enterprise Institute. He is a past chairman of Policy Exchange, the leading center-right think tank in the United Kingdom, and a former director of the Republican Jewish Coalition. In 2001-2002, he served as a speechwriter and special assistant to President George W. Bush. Frum holds a BA and MA in history from Yale and a law degree from Harvard.

Andrew Sullivan is a writer at large for New York Magazine. He holds a BA from Oxford University in Modern History and Modern Languages and a PhD in government at Harvard University. He was editor of The New Republic from 1991 – 1996, and the creator of The Daily Dish, one of the first political blogs, from 2000 – 2015. A winner of three National Magazine Awards, he was also the weekly American columnist for the Sunday Times of London from 1996 – 2014. He wrote the first cover story and first book in favor of marriage equality in 1989 and 1995, an AIDS memoir, Love Undetectable, in 1998, and The Conservative Soul in 2006.”

Richard Wolff On The Slave Labour Of Californian Inmate Firefighters…

Date: January 24, 2018

01) Richard Wolff On The Slave Labour Of Californian Inmate Firefighters

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Ruby Ridge – PBS American Experience [2017]…


Date: January 24, 2018

01) Ruby Ridge – PBS American Experience

“PBS American Experience is Documentary on American history consistently among the best shows on television. Episode is Ruby Ridge.”

I used to listen to Bo Gritz…back in the mid nineties, on shortwave radio…It was during that early transitional phase, I sometimes talk about…where I left organized religion, but still identified as Christian…

…I don’t know that I’d say I was searching for something different…so much as I was astonished and intrigued, at what all I was encountering [and finding it somewhat exotic, listening to native news/broadcasts, from other countries/communities I’d never before heard from].

Bo talked about Ruby Ridge, quite a bit…and I know it had a profound impact on him…

I’m glad it was a passing phase.

I had read somewhere, in passing, that Bo attempted suicide…Apparently, he survived.

Ruby Ridge is a prime example, of just how wrong a stupidly handled situation can go…

…And I don’t like so much to draw this comparison…But it’s been in the back of my mind, over the years…that this exacts sort of thing can happen to MAP’s, just as easily…

I never knew what to believe, about the racist allegations…But, realizing what had happened…primarily at the hands of the U.S. government…

…I mean…jesus…They killed a young kid…They killed a mother, who was holding her young infant…

…This case has always had a strong impact on me, where it came to understanding what some people in the U.S. government are willing to do…how savage and ruthless, they are willing to allow things to get…

I’ve never been a survivalist, nor terrorist minded [obviously]…But taking stock of how the U.S. government has abused, tormented and killed so many…even of it’s own citizens…

…It’s easier to understand, what has gone into creating home grown terrorists.

The U.S. government, itself, holds no small part of this blame.