Deceptive Perception

At The Basis of Our Existence Is Our Perception of the World

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raisingtheright:

deceptiveperception:

bajajeff314:

12gauge-ghost:

awolraven:

This.
His Twitter was deleted.

That’s that Bullshit for you.

What have we become?

yeah how dare the president not call every person living in america

First of all, re-read that post. Secondly, realize that a majority of veterans are getting their benefits cut, which is unacceptable considering they fought and lost for their county and to protect YOUR freedom

NO ONE is protecting my freedom fighting a meaningless war that none of us want with no tangible threat being fought against. I was just upset that obama didn’t call me either. geez.

raisingtheright:

deceptiveperception:

bajajeff314:

12gauge-ghost:

awolraven:

This.

His Twitter was deleted.

That’s that Bullshit for you.

What have we become?

yeah how dare the president not call every person living in america

First of all, re-read that post. Secondly, realize that a majority of veterans are getting their benefits cut, which is unacceptable considering they fought and lost for their county and to protect YOUR freedom

NO ONE is protecting my freedom fighting a meaningless war that none of us want with no tangible threat being fought against. I was just upset that obama didn’t call me either. geez.

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Study finds that minorities face more exposure to pollution

Racial and economic injustice have long been accepted as linked. Yet it’s becoming more obvious that another injustice is facing those already disadvantaged in American society: environmental injustice.

Back in 2005, the Associated Press analyzed information from a federal environmental health database and found that black people are 79% more likely than white people to live in neighborhoods where industrial pollution poses a serious health risk. That 2005 analysis also found that in certain states, Hispanic and Asian people were disproportionately affected as well.

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(Source: policymic)

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Six Studies That Show Everything Republicans Believe is Wrong

(Source: bspolitics)

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redbloodedamerica:

Sean Hannity and Mark Steyn discuss the politics behind the phony global warming/climate change/environmentalism on Earth Day.

i actually watched this earlier. Hannity just always comes off as such a self righteous and arrogant asshole to me