Irish slave memes are used to promote a narrative that contemporary black Americans are somehow exploiting the system by being justifiably upset about slavery and the terrible legacy it has left in America.
Anyone with genetic predispositions to diseases or conditions could find themselves pushed out of jobs, even jobs for which their conditions would be no imposition.
While the dystopian novel depicted government surveillance as constantly visible, the reality may be that omnipresent surveillance and control is practically invisible.
You can squawk all you want about Trump being the next Hitler or fascist or enemy of the people. But when you get down to the facts we already had our Dictator in Chief.
As we wade into the storm of fake news, sensational headlines, and knee-jerk reporting, we must always arm ourselves with common sense and critical thinking.
They want us to believe that women in America are still second-class citizens, who do not get the rights or recognition they deserve. This, despite the fact that some of the most successful people in this nation are women.