LIFE CAN BE UNFAIR-and voting rights

Published March 23, 2021 by Nan Mykel


Photos and reading the news as metaphor…

An example of reading the news as metaphor:

A 6-weeks old baby boy drowned during baptism in a church. (Multiple news sources, 2001)

(and) The pope says priests cannot bless homosexual unions (NYPost Mar 15 2001)

3 comments on “LIFE CAN BE UNFAIR-and voting rights

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