Kaleidoscopic Thoughts

Kaleidoscopic Thoughts A mix of everything. Usually politics, photography, music, films, art, horses, and lgbtq related things. If it doesn't entertain you, at least it entertains me. Thank you for visiting!

think-progress:

We’re thankful for the most diverse Congress in history. On Election Day, Americans ensured that the 113th Congress will contain the widest range yet of ethnicities, religious affiliations, and sexual orientations. The incoming freshman class contains 4 African Americans, 5 Asian Americans, 10 Latinos, 24 women, the first openly bisexual congresswoman, as well as the country’s first Buddhist senator and two Hindu representatives.
See nine more things that progressives can be thankful for this Thanksgiving here.

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think-progress:

We’re thankful for the most diverse Congress in history. On Election Day, Americans ensured that the 113th Congress will contain the widest range yet of ethnicities, religious affiliations, and sexual orientations. The incoming freshman class contains 4 African Americans, 5 Asian Americans, 10 Latinos, 24 women, the first openly bisexual congresswoman, as well as the country’s first Buddhist senator and two Hindu representatives.

See nine more things that progressives can be thankful for this Thanksgiving here.

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o-dyssea:

every night

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o-dyssea:

every night

changewalmart:

Lakewood, Colorado

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changewalmart:

Lakewood, Colorado

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campaignsick:

Can’t help it. Too perfect. Had to reblog. I support equal marriage, you guys! ( I know, shocking…)

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campaignsick:

Can’t help it. Too perfect. Had to reblog. I support equal marriage, you guys! ( I know, shocking…)

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knowhomo:

LGBTQ* Posters, Slogans, and Banners You May Have Missed

Not our lifestyle. Not a choice.

It is (a small part of) who we are.

"I didn’t learn until I was in college about all the other cultures, and I should have learned that in the first grade. A first grader should understand that his or her culture isn’t a rational invention; that there are thousands of other cultures and they all work pretty well; that all cultures function on faith rather than truth; that there are lots of alternatives to our own society. Cultural relativism is defensible and attractive. It’s also a source of hope. It means we don’t have to continue this way if we don’t like it."

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Kurt Vonnegut (via wikiquotes)

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"Normality is a paved road: It’s comfortable to walk, but no flowers grow on it."

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Vincent van Gogh (1853–1890, Netherlands/France)

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randomness-from-thisoldguy:

Tom Toles

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randomness-from-thisoldguy:

Tom Toles

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Gaza City (Gaza), 25/11/2012.- Palestinian girls clean their classroom from debris in the Al Shejaia school in Gaza City, 25 November 2012. The UN run school sustained heavy damage when Israeli forces targeted a building next to it with an airstrike during the recent cross border violence between Israel and the Gaza Strip. EFE/EPA/OLIVER WEIKEN

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Gaza City (Gaza), 25/11/2012.- Palestinian girls clean their classroom from debris in the Al Shejaia school in Gaza City, 25 November 2012. The UN run school sustained heavy damage when Israeli forces targeted a building next to it with an airstrike during the recent cross border violence between Israel and the Gaza Strip. EFE/EPA/OLIVER WEIKEN

phroyd:

Fascism

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phroyd:

Fascism

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