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Leslie Salzillo is an activist, political commentator and visual artist. She began contributing to Liberals Unite in June of 2013.
Something’s A Little ‘Off’ In Colorado – And I Think It Might Be Sarah Palin

Something’s A Little ‘Off’ In Colorado – And I Think It Might Be Sarah Palin

For those of us in need of some comic relief, Sarah Palin, once again, delivers. In some ways, watching parts of the Western Conservative Summit, in Colorado, is excruciating. But in more ways, it’s pretty damn amusing. That is, if you can make it through Dan ‘All Racists Must Be Atheists’ Caplis’s intro. He says: […]

The Story Of American Hate & A Missing 16-Year-Old Girl In Tennessee (VIDEO)

Take a look at what homegrown hatred looks like full stop. This disgusting comment was made by Barry Dile about a missing 16-year old girl from Tennessee. An outraged friend saw the post and shared it in a private Facebook group. For obvious and less obvious reasons, I decided to publish Dile’s comment below:   […]

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Sen. Warren Rips Into Republicans & The Corporate-Bending Supreme Court (VIDEO)

Since being sworn into office as a U.S. Senator only last year, Elizabeth Warren has relentlessly taken on some of the most powerfully corrupt individuals and entities in America today. It’s been glorious to watch, and I imagine she is not only loved by the majority of this country, but admired by her peers/colleges in […]

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Obama Tears Into The GOP – Texas Style (VIDEO)

Once again, under extreme fire from the Right, President Obama calmly, and oh, so cooly, tells the GOP and Texas Delegates what time it is. Last night, in Austin, Texas, the president talked about the pending Republican lawsuit, and makes it clear this ain’t his first rodeo. In his own words: “As long as Congress […]

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Archbishop, Pope & United Nations Call For Solidarity To Protect Refugee Children In U.S.

Once again, it’s refreshing to hear a member of the clergy speak not only with realism and compassion, but also with action. Like Pope Francis, Archbishop Jose H. Gomez addresses world issues in a humanistic way. The immigration of Hispanic children at our nation’s southern borders is rapidly increasing due to parents wanting to keep […]

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