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Issue: A rape may have or may not have occured. Who's to Blame?
As you may know Rolling Stones has recently come under fire for writing a story titled a A Rape on Campus. It has come to light that the publication engaged in some shotty journalism. Jackie, a woman highlighted in the story, has recently come under fire for her story. Now we don't know if a rape occured or not, Who's to Blame?
Is the publication to Blame for it's shotty journalism?
Do you victim Blame, because she didn't go through legal channels to prosecute her rape?
Should we Blame the fraternity for casting doubt on her story?
ISSUE: I along with many others no longer trust the State. Who's to Blame?
1. Did I become an anarchist?
2. Is it because WE THE PEOPLE rectally raped innocent people?
3. Is it because our law enforcement can just shoot you dead and say they feared for their life?
4. Is it just part of growing up?
Issue: The people are riotous, who's to Blame?
It has been almost five months since the death of Michael Brown. Darren Wilson, the police officer who fired the fatal shot, dodged a grand jury indictment last week. The people tried to burn Ferguson to the ground. Why?
Did they destroy businesses because they wanted an excuse to steal Jordans??
Did they damage property because they are violent by nature?
Did they burn police cars because it is not fair that police can kill Blacks without consequense?
Did they riot it because the media told them to?
Issue: The United States does not need the Keystone XL pipeline. Who's to Blame?
This pipeline is the bain of our existence. It infected our politics during this month's elections and some people fell for it. There are a number of reasons the pipeline should not be approved. Frankly, I don't know why we are still discussing it. Join me as I do a little pipeline bashing.
Do you think this pipeline should be approved? Why?
Do you hate the pipeline as much as me? I get it if you do.
November 4 was election day. Although there were some decent candidates, we have elected in some idiots. Who's to Blame?
Can we blame the apathetic voter? What about non voters who are doing it to protest the system?
I love Blaming the Kochs. Can we blame them and SuperPACs like them?
What about the candidates? Who else is tired of lackluster democrats or batshit far right republicans?
Issue: I am not certain America is prepared for any wide scale Ebola outbreak. Who's to Blame?
Ebola has touched down in the United States. Thomas Duncan, the first person to be diagnosed with Ebola in the United States died last week. This week a nurse, who treated Duncan, has tested positve for Ebola. It seems like the people who treat those with Ebola, keep coming up with Ebola.
Are the individuals who get Ebola while treating patients not being careful?
Is there a sound procedure for handling Ebola patients?
Is the government to Blame for not requiring better Ebola training of medical professionals?
Is there something I am missing?
Issue: Many of you do not know this about me, but last week I went to the emergency room. I am lucky to be covered. Who's to Blame?
Listen in and I will tell you why. Since last week, I have actually been taking advantage of my health insurance that gives me privilege in the medical word. I will tell you all about my experiences among the insured and some observations I made. I will also take your calls about being insured or uninsued.
Issue: Bill Cosby is beloved no more. Who's to Blame?
Blame: Bill Cosby has a whole new wave of critics, and he's not even performing. Is it because in 2004 he was accused of raping 13 women? Or because comedian Hannibal Buress has brought attention to an old issue? Or is is because the media has jumbed on the bandwangon, interviewing the accusers and profiting off the stories?
Are you still a Cosby fan?
Issue: Church > State. Who's to Blame?
In Houston there is a heated debate over restrooms. In our progressive world some cities like to accommodate the minority. HERO is an ordinance that accommodates transgender individuals bathroom choices that passed a few months ago in Houston. Recently, churches are being accused of encouraging the congregation to go out and get signatures to repeal the ordinance. The City through pro bono attorneys have subpoenaed the suspect churches' sermons; after uproar had to change the language from sermons to speeches. Now the repeal is tied up in litigation until the new year. Churches usually go unchecked when they preach politics in the pulpit. Why?
Are people afraid to challenge churches?
Churches so protected when it comes to free speech. Does that make it difficult to catch them?
Is it because we are really a Christian nation?
Issue: The NFL promotes violence, Who's to Blame?
Over the past two weeks it has become glaringly apparent that the NFL is a violent entity with violent men. In a week following the press nightmares in connection with Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson the NFL is fighting off a violent image. But who's to Blame?
Is it the Game? The game is inherently violent some say.
Is it the jock culture, with steroids, strength, no girls or lots of girls?
Is it the absence of women? Is it time to include more ladies in the NFL?
Issue: ISIS is out of control! Who's to Blame?
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is out of control and it seems like they are gaining more power in communities Southwest Asia. They are recruiting Americans, Egyptians, Syrians, British and anyone else who supports thier message to join them in chopping heads. But why do they grow stronger?
Is it the religious message ISIS spreads?
Perhaps some find the political power they have come to possess attractive?
Could America be to Blame for intervention/non-intervention?