The 1965 immigration act was a lie or a mistake. We are living in a lie or a mistake. That’s why nothing makes sense.
A lie and/or a mistake:
"The ['65] bill will not flood our cities with immigrants,” Sen.Kennedy told the Senate during debate.“ It will not upset the ethnic mix of our society. It will not relax standards of admission. It will not cause American workers to lose their jobs.”
Ok fuck faces, between this canada shit where the dad is in jail for calling his daughter, his daughter and now this london shit where the mayor is recruiting an army of snitches to send men to jail for their attitudes, do you finally fucking accept that there is a war on men?
I wrote the other day:
"Our society is driven by the whim and fancy of single women."
Now do you fucking get it?
14 year old trans girl getting her dad thrown in jail.
single women throwing men in jail for sexist "attitudes"
Caldwell makes a solid argument explaining why America is so polarized today:
The 1964 Civil Rights Act created a competing constitution in the United States that has conferred power and prestige to specific groups and held them back from others.
In my interview I asked him about @matthewstoller 's thesis that the polarization is due in part to a specific electoral strategy undertaken by the Democrats in the 60's to create a coalition of women/lgb/minorities and to exclude the white working class.
Caldwell believes the competing constitutions and the creation of the "people of color" category (which were accidental in his opinion), are more to blame for polarization than a malicious electoral strategy.
- Saw Horses
- Pitching Mound
- High top work table
and now all we can think about is our next projects:
- dog house
- tiered planters
and one day
Every big journey starts with a step, and we're on our way.
I had to work some yesterday so he kept going without me. Looking out the window and seeing my 14 year old son with the circular saw building something (which he'll use for exercise and skill training) made me so happy.
The sense of pride he felt was my best reward.
A month ago we had no tools, no skills, no idea of what to do.
But we decided this was what we wanted, so we just made it happen.
Skill building, creating, and father / son time - all done outside by a fire.
My best life...now if I could move it to West Virginia....