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Everyone has standards. In fact, standards are a good thing to have. When these standards are pressured onto others are when standards start to become a bad thing.
Over the last few months, I have not been posting. There are a couple of reasons for this. The reasons are due to being discouraged and due to medical reasons. Both of these reasons have impacted my ability to write.
It is quite easy to witness one speaking for many. We can see multiple examples where one person has done something and automatically they speak for others. No matter what others do to combat this, they have already been spoken for. Why is it that one person speaks for many?
There is a disease that is running rampant in our country. This disease is hypocrisy. Hypocrisy is present in almost every conversation and even communities. From conversations about political issues and sports to religious communities. It is time we learn about this disease to help find a cure.
Winston Churchill once said, “Where there is great power there is great responsibility.” When it comes to voting, voters have great power. Therefore, there needs to be great responsibility when casting one’s ballot.
In North Dakota, there are protesters standing against a corporation and the government who wish to build a pipeline. According to the protesters, the pipeline is a threat to clean water and sacred areas for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. On the other side of the debate, the corporation and the government claim the pipeline is needed to help bring oil to millions. Who is right and who is wrong?
During the third presidential debate, Hillary Clinton was asked about her stance on abortion. As she answered the question, she spoke on late-term abortions. It is here that my view on abortion changed.