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Television is the anti-Christ. It is fruitless in its attempt to satisfy people. All it does is take our time and flush it down the toilet. It successfully inundates are mind with useless...

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How Many Of You Hate America?

The common view of things is often different from the reality. They can be twisted, beautiful images that shield us from the truth. Sometimes people should think of it not as a shield, but as a...

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We are powerful. Our generation is powerful, right now. We have the ability to change the world even though we are only teenagers. Let me tell you why. Eventually our generation will inherit...

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