- Xenophobia = an intense or irrational dislike or fear of people from other countries
- Nativism = the policy of protecting the interests of native-born or established inhabitants against those of immigrants
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Gary G. Kohls, Duty to Warn
The Wing-Nuts WILL Fund Their Oracles, You Can Be Sure
The right wing will fund their oracles, that's a given. We are told that we will always be without means, never never know stability, never be able to provide. One more lie, after another.
We know what to do with a budget. We know how to apply it, how to grow something of value to the community with it. Let's give them something to talk about.
Thank you all sincerely.
Dave & the Crew
February 6, 2017 | The pre-Civil War 1850s was an era when there was serious political instability and economic uncertainty partly because of the fear of a rising immigrant population without a concomitant increase in job opportunities. There was, as yet, no stable two party political system in the US. Because of these realities, a relatively new, very inexperienced political party, popularly known as the Know-Nothing Party, came out of nowhere and won 43 seats in the US Congress in the national election of 1856.
Although the existence of the new party was no secret, the names of its members were a closely kept secret. “I don’t know” was the preferred answer when the press asked about the party’s behind-closed-doors meetings and conspiratorial agendas. And so the pejorative label “know-nothing” was quickly applied to the group. It was a well-deserved title.
Gary G. Kohls <firstname.lastname@example.org> is a retired physician who writes about issues of war, peace, justice, mental health and nonviolence and feels it is important to mix religion and non-partisan politics.
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9 MLK Quotes the Mainstream Media Won't Cite, Kali Holloway, AlterNet
The words of the real MLK were far more radical than today's cherry-picked lines.