(Source: suck-s)

The police can’t stop an intruder, mugger, or stalker from hurting you. They can pursue him only after he has hurt or killed you. Protecting yourself from harm is your responsibility, and you are far less likely to be hurt in a neighborhood of gun-owners than in one of disarmed citizens – even if you don’t own a gun yourself.
Harry Browne (via graceinmyheart)



…How is your state going to have 7x the incarceration rate of another country when your state needs 10 million more people to equal 1% of that country’s population?


These are the same ladies that say things like “construction is a male dominated industry” then when you ask them why they aren’t working construction they have no actual response besides the original statement.

Ignore these people, they are an example of the de-evolution of our species.

(Source: anituhhsarkeesian)

No. It would be all out war. Americans are the only people on the fucking planet, the center of the universe is in New York or some shit.

(Source: azspot)




Israeli Soldiers stop Palestinian school-girls from going to school, Al Khalil-Hebron.

You don’t want us to go to school, fine we’ll have school here. 

Pointing rifles at children.


(Source: almoqawama)


Arresting a Policeman

Jiu Jitsu FTW



And lol at the folks who think it’s like Canada, even though we have been telling you it isn’t for a few years now.


Police Brutality Worse Than Rodney King

(by LarryHohol)

Published on Jun 20, 2012 by

Media contacts and more information:: http://www.worsethanrodneyking.com
Actual state police dashcam video and audio of recent brutal Pennsylvania State Police beating of shackled detainee. Other than not stopping when directed, this incident involved no serious traffic violations and was simply the low speed following of a car that would not pull over.
For more on this story and for media inquiries visit: http://www.worsethanrodneyking.com








Can you say why America is the greatest country in the world?

GPOY to end all GPOY’s. I regret nothing.

I feel I should keep this on repeat and reblog it once per day

thank you finally some one sees it the way i do lol 

WELLL!!!!!! *waves church fan*

Dear Mother…

At the risk of sounding ignorant as fuck, who is this guy and why does he look so damn familiar?

erm… it’s Jeff Daniels… and looks familiar because he’s done like 70 movies…

This is excellent!

(Source: notagingeryet)


“Lies My Teacher Told Me: Everything Your American History Textbook Got Wrong is a 1995 book by sociologist James Loewen. It critically examines twelve American history textbooks and concludes that textbook authors propagate factually false,Eurocentric, and mythologized views of history. In addition to critiquing the dominant historical themes presented in textbooks, Loewen presents a number of his own historical themes that he says are ignored by traditional history textbooks. A newly revised and updated hardcover edition was released on April 1, 2008. The New Press lists Lies My Teacher Told Me as its top all-time bestseller.

Loewen criticizes modern American history textbooks for containing inaccurate depictions of historical figures and events such as Christopher Columbus, the lies and inaccuracies in the history books regarding the dealings between the Europeans and the Native Americans, and their often deceptive and inaccurate teachings told about America’s commerce in slavery. He further criticizes the texts for a tendency to avoid controversy and for their “bland” and simplistic style. He proposes that when American history textbooks elevate American historical figures to the status of heroes, they unintentionally give students the impression that these figures are superhuman and have an unattainable past. In other words, the history-as-myth method teaches students that America’s greatest days have already passed. Loewen asserts that the muting of past clashes and tragedies makes history boring to students, especially groups excluded from the positive histories.”

In a nutshell:  Read this, because it is the opposing truth to what you learned over and over every single year of your public education.