Li: ritual, propriety, etiquette. Hsiao: love within the family (parents for children and children for parents. Yi: righteousness--the noblest way to act in a situation. Xin: honesty and trustworthiness. Jen: benevolence, humaneness towards others. Chung: loyalty to the state and authority. --Confucius (Kong Fuzi)

All articles appear in reverse chronological order [newest first].

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I believe the past is relevant, sometimes more than others of course. In most cases we are seeing history being repeated, so it is most relevant.

Monday, April 17, 2017

The Washington Post is aiding and abetting Donald Trump’s stealth attack on Social Security.

from “Social Security Works”

The Post and the Trump administration are running parallel campaigns to divide the American people―pitting retired workers against people with disabilities―in an attempt to achieve their ultimate goal of dismantling Social Security.

Trump’s Budget Director and Tea Party darling, Mick Mulvaney recently showed his hand in an interview with CNBC when he said: “Do you really think that Social Security disability insurance is part of what people think of when they think of Social Security?”

This is a long-favored tactic of opponents of Social Security who seek to employ a divide-and-conquer strategy.

The Washington Post, in a recent front-page article, attempted to justify the Trump administration’s argument for Social Security cuts by arguing that working-age people in rural America are using Social Security Disability Insurance as a form of unemployment insurance.

But our friends at TalkPoverty.org recently exposed the truth about the Post article―it was based on completely inaccurate data that overcounted the number of Social Security Disability beneficiaries by literally millions.

Not bound by facts, the Washington Post and the Trump administration are using false numbers and an underhanded scheme to divide the American people, cut disability insurance and dismantle Social Security.

It’s time to hold the Washington Post accountable!

Click here to send a letter directly to the Washington Post to demand they retract their false numbers and stop their attack on Social Security beneficiaries.

Donald Trump may have run on a promise to protect Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid, but in his first failed piece of legislation he attempted to gut Medicare and Medicaid to give $1 trillion in tax breaks to the wealthy.

Don’t let the Washington Post give cover to Donald Trump’s attempt to destroy Social Security.

Write to the Washington Post and demand a retraction of the inaccurate and dangerous portrait they are painting of Social Security.

Together, we are holding the media and our elected officials accountable as we fight to protect and expand Social Security for current and future generations.

Thank you,

Michael Phelan
Social Security Works

Saturday, April 15, 2017

Open House giveaway:

This weekend I should have everything moved out of my apartment and into storage in preparation for my “49 States in 49 Days” road trip. Anything that I can’t get moved by then, along with some things I’ve outgrown or no longer use anymore will be shipped to Goodwill (non clothing items) or to a center for Foster Care (clothing).

This Monday (May 29) I’m having a ‘give-away’ of these items for anyone who wants any of it. From 2pm to 3pm for family, and then from 3-4pm for family and my neighbors. Below is a list of items and pictures. Everything is in moderate to good condition and was working the last time I used it.  (More information at bottom of page.)

1 non-stick large skillet with utensils.
1 electric tabletop grill.
1 strainer for the kitchen sink, adjustable, goes from side to side.
2 personal planners.
1 laptop cooling pad, USB.
1 set of dishes includes four cups, four bowls and four large plate, all black ceramic.
5 piece butcher knife set and stand.
1 glass cutting board.
Several glass pot cover lids.
1 Windows 7 laptop, needs new hard drive.


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1 battery charger and various rechargeable barrier batteries.
1 Iron and ironing board.
A bunch of baseball caps and running caps good condition some with mini marathon logos and logos for other events.
Various gym bags, tote bags, fanny packs with water  bottle holders.
Various electrical tools, wires and cables.
Clothes and items (men’s large to 2XL): t-shirts, long-sleeve shirts, sweaters, sweater vest, fall jackets and coveralls 44 long sleeve (blue jump-suit style).
Various backpacks and camera bags.
Set of 4 placemats.
4 pads for dining room chairs.

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XP Notebook

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Shoe station

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Livescribe SmartPen: with several pads and notebooks of compatible paper.

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This is 1st come 1st serve, I will not hold anything for anyone, you have to pick-it up and take it, as I want to be through with all of this Monday.

2pm for family and 3pm for everyone. All done at 4pm, I start loading everything up for goodwill/Foster Center.

indianaglenn@gmail.com
http://mybucketmonkeylist.blogspot.com/p/49-states-49-days-road-trip.html

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Martin Luther King, Jr., Peace And Memorial Park:

On April 4th 1968, Robert Kennedy delivered the speech that still astounds us with its humanity and grace.
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The Landmark for Peace Memorial is a memorial sculpture at Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Park on the north side of Indianapolis that honors the contributions of the slain leaders Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy. The sculpture, which features King and Kennedy reaching out to each other. It was designed by Greg Perry.

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On the next day while speaking in Cleveland, Robert Kennedy gave an even more inspirational speech on ‘The Mindless Menace of Violence’. (video) Nine weeks later, Robert Kennedy, like his older brother President John F. Kennedy and Dr. King, would also be assassinated.

 
On May 14, 1994 President Bill Clinton delivered a speech at the groundbreaking ceremonies for the Landmark For Peace memorial at 17th and Broadway in Indianapolis.     read the text of his speech.

Martin Luther King “I Have A Dream”

Martin Luther King “I’ve Been To The Mountain Top” part 1

Martin Luther King “I’ve Been To The Mountain Top” part 2

[My previous link to this 2nd video has become disconnected. If anyone can send me a link to Part 2 please send it to indianaglenn @ gmail .com]
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