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I normally do not get involved with expressing my stance in politics, but in a time of turmoil, chaos, division and having a president in the white house with deep seated intolerances (as well as many other issues), it is important for us to speak up, stand together and fight against those who are blinded, narrow-minded, insensitive, intolerant, ignorant, sometimes violent with cult-like loyalty to someone who doesn't deserve the loyalty of a cheeseburger. These are individuals that continue to divide and violently attack those of us that they perceive as different from themselves, racially, culturally, sexually, religious and/or spiritually and socially. We may have a different religion, a different color of skin, a different cultural heritage, a different way of looking at life and how we deal with our problems. We are not them. These people include those spineless simps in power that continue to grovel before this 72 year old adolescent in the oval office. No action is as bad as inappropriate action.

I have tried all my life to be tolerant of most people. I have done pretty well, considering my life experiences. My father was an Archie Bunker (which I really didn't think was very funny... too close to home). My father hated everyone and had a derogatory name and comment about everyone that was not himself. My father was also a controlling, insecure coward, a bully, an abuser, a suspected child molester of my younger sister, a thief, and an all-around general asshole. He was very much like Donald J. Trump, except my father didn't try to overthrow the government or have a love-fest with any dictators. The thing they both have in common, besides intolerance and bigotry, was that neither my father or Trump could tell the truth about anything. My father's tell was when he lied, his eyebrow would twitch and he couldn't look into your eyes. Trump's tell is his mouth opens and sewage spills out. Both are angry, sad, insecure, friendless men who cared for nobody else but themselves their entire lives. My father died a few years ago, senile, alone in a nursing home, angry at the world. Unfortunately for us, Trump is still breathing, mad as a hatter, spewing filth and insanity every day, angry at everyone who dares to question anything he does or says. He demands loyalty but never gives it out to anyone else in return. Because of my father, I draw the line at haters and those who are purposely ignorant, greedy, controlling insecure bullies, are abusive to women, children, animals and to our planet. I have zero tolerance of those who are intolerant. My physical and emotional scars help to alert me when I meet people like my father and like Donald Trump.

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A quick comment about Trump voters... I know many voters voted for Donald Trump because they fell for his lies and rhetoric. Many of them have regretted their votes and have changed their minds about him since he was put into the oval office. There are those who still are trying to give him the benefit of the doubt, but are quickly approaching the point of disconnect if his policies start sending them into a downward financial freefall. Then there are those who voted for him because they saw the darkness under the orange hair and would follow him into the pits of the seventh level of hell in a cult-like fanatic enthusiasm, drinking the poisoned koolaid to follow him into the abyss. It is the latter group that are the most dangerous and worry me the most. These individuals have been seduced by the darkness and are lost. They need to be watched carefully by law enforcement and are the most intolerant, potentially most violent of Trump's followers (which he encourages at his rallies, getting them wound up with negative enthusiasm). Hate groups have adopted him as their "poster child" for their various causes and action justifications, which he has outwardly endorsed through action and word.

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However, on the upside, my friends, there are many more of us that are NOT the stereotypical "intolerant, angry, antisocial, uneducated, white, bigoted, extreme evangelist-bible-thumping christian male" often defined as a typical Trump follower (I do realize that the general population of Trump supporters do come with some variety, but still consist primarily of white older right-wing males. Our numbers can change the direction of current affairs and remove the cancer that now envelopes the white house and the ineffectual republican congress that have basically lost their minds. Democrats and Independents can once again bring sanity back and mend wounds, bring back tolerance and a working relationship that can benefit not only the people of our country, but also our allies and other associates throughout the world.

Tolerance must return. Tolerant people do not burn crosses on anyone's lawns or run innocent people down in crowds with cars because they disagree with others having a alternate opinion. Tolerant people do not go around violently beating up (and killing) any white-racist or religious zealot just because he is walking down the street. Tolerant people do not go into a pizza restaurant to shoot people because someone told him (via Russian propaganda) that a democratic woman presidental candidate was allegedly running a child sex slave ring in the basement of this restaurant (where there was no basement or child sex slave ring - a big bogus sack of lies). Tolerant people do not shoot up schools, concerts, restaurants, or office buildings. Tolerant people do not threaten the nation's journalists and freepress with violence, rape or death and actually support true investigative journalism while denouncing so-called "tabloid news" (currently known as Trump TV). Tolerant people do not throw acid into the face of a Christian Trump follower, beat him or her up, or shoot him while screaming out my first and second amendment rights just because he packs a bible instead of a book of shadows, koran, torah or even a Stephen King novel. Tolerant people embrace immigrants who truly desire to contribute to the United States culture, economy, and well being of our country. Tolerant people are good friends, good neighbors, good citizens, patriots, veterans, volunteers, business owners, employees, old, young and inbetween. Tolerant people also support the rule of law, the courts, the law enforcement institutions and expect others, especially those in a powerful position, to do the same.

As a Pagan, I find this whole political mess greatly offensive and see it as a means of the religious right relighting the "Burning Times" fires of the past, where injustice and intolerance resulted in millions of people (mostly women) being murdered because they were different than their accusers. These were religious zealots, men of power in the Christian church and/or government (often closely related to each other), hating women, outcasts, different, and non-conformist populations, including healers and midwives. Fear, power, lust, cruelty, and greed were their drives. To prevent history from repeating itself, we need to come together and fight the injustices that are being launched upon us by these hateful, intolerant people. Intolerance people want to destroy our lives, take away our rights and freedoms, our homes, our children, tear apart families, refuse to offer aide and assistance to people that need help, imprisoning and deporting many to places they do not belong. Intolerant people will hurt us or kill us as a method of removal, just because individuals or groups of people are not like them, do not believe the way they do, or live their lives the same way. We are a many diverse population of people, most of us with roots as immigrants who love our uniqueness and diversity and should be proud of our histories and our people. We should accept others who also have pride in their histories and people as well. Celebrate our diversities and common attributes together.

There are so many things wrong with our current leadership in this country that we cannot begin to discuss everything that needs to be faced in this limited space. Because of the current administration and political circumstances, I changed my stance as a decades-old independent to a full-fledged, flag-waving liberal democrat and fight against the injustices I see and stand with those millions like me to reclaim our humanity, care for our fellow beings and try to make things better for everyone, including those who disagree with us. We must cast off the hate and manipulation of the extreme right in our politics and our communities. We must not except it as normal. The best thing we can do at this point is to vote those out of office with each election who are helping to tear apart the country with their inability to stand up to the current admisistration, against his horrible policies and his underlying desire to become a dictator similar to his Russian buddy Putin. Replace these ineffectual lawmakers with insightful, creative younger people who will get things done and care about our country, our people and our freedoms. Do not let the Trump minority base dictate for the rest of us how we wish to live and with whom we are to live with. We out-number them at least 2 to 1 and we must stand together as one. No more indifference. No more fear. No more extremes.

As a postscript: I am an elderly woman who is a naturally born American citizen. I am not a Russian hacker or nor do I support Russian propaganda. I vote in every election and I always research the candidates before I cast my vote, regardless of party, trying to choose the best candidate that support those causes that are near and dear to me and my loved ones. I trust my intuition highly and listen for warning alarms when it comes to people I do not know. I worked hard all my life to support my family and now am retired. I try to do the right thing and try not to hold grudges against those who oppose me. This is my website and my words. I express my first amendment right to free speech. If you do not agree with me, that is fine, I have no problem with that, but do not try to force your ideas upon me. Debate can be beneficial under the right circumstances. Control is not. With this in mind, do not email me, phone me or stop by my home to initiate a forceful confrontation. I am not interested and I do not tolerate threats or acts of violence. So if you are an extremist, go on your way. Fear will not work with me. I do not become afraid, I get pissed off. You are warned. I hope you have a nice day.

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This award is normally given to politicians who violate the 1st Amendment.
"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof... " The establishment clause in the 1st Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.

When a North American politician makes a statement or performs a profoundly religiously intolerant, and/or hate-filled act which violates the federal constitution. The first amendment guarantees the separation of church and state. As such recognizes some of these events by issuing a "Burning Times Award". This not considered a positive gift to a politician but one to admonish inappropriate behavior. This award is given to recognize the type of religious intolerances that fueled the Persecution of Jews in Europe and elsewhere for the past 15 centuries, the The Witch Burning Times of the 16th to 18th centuries, including here in the United States, the Nazi Holocost resulting in the death of 6 million Jews and about the same numer of non-Jews during World War 2, as well as many of the world's current Wars, Genosides, and Civil Disturbances, from Kosovo to the Philippines; from Sudan to Tibet.

The governments of North American cannot exterminate religious minorities by burning, gassing or other state-sanctioned execution method. There are no major civil disturbances in the U.S. or Canada which are based on religious intolerance. However, there have been religiously motivated lynchings, fire bombings, assaults, shootings, and economic attacks. Attacks are increasing using cyperspace through tweeter, facebook and other social sites. The First "Burning Times Award": Governor Mike Johnson of Nebraska (Republican) The Second "Burning Times Award": Representative Bob Barr of Georgia (Republican) The Third "Burning Times Award": Senator Albert Robinson, Kentucky Senate (Republican)

Previous recipients of the Burning Times award: If the web site and this award had existed in the past, they probably would have recognized:
  • 1986: Senator Jesse Helms (R, NC): Senator Helms introduced an amendment to a bill which would have removed tax exempt status from existing Wiccan groups and prevent any new groups from being recognized by the Federal government. The amendment passed without opposition, but was later removed by the Congressional Joint Conference Committee. The threat politicized the Wiccan community. A number of Neopagan anti-defamation groups were formed to fight the Helms bill, to educate the public, and/or to provide legal assistance to persecuted Neopagans.

  • 1995: Utah Attorney General's Office: In spite of a complete lack of hard evidence, and the total absence of criminal charges or convictions, the Attorney General's office published a report on ritual crime in their state. It accused members of what they called "The Occult" of widespread ritual abuse in Utah.

Most of the above cases involved religious bigotry directed against Wiccans. The scope of this award is not limited to the oppression of Wiccans and followers of other Neopagan religions. It is just that there are few attacks by North American political figures against other religious groups. Back in the 1980s and early 1990s, it seemed to be open-season on Wiccans. Hatred against this benign faith was a cottage industry. It was also being promoted by a few very conservative Christian web sites. Since then persecution has largely dissipated, due to public education, the increase in numbers of Neopagans, and the degree to which Neopagans have been willing to go public with their religion.

The Burning Times award has, to date, always been issued to Republican politicians -- never to a Democrat. The people at are not intentionally critical of Republicans. It is just that all of the serious attacks on religious freedom seem to have come from that political party.

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- Story and update on the quest of Sgt. Patrick Stewart's family to have a pentacle placed upon his headstone as a symbol of his Wiccan religious affiliation.

On September 25, 2005, Sgt. Patrick Stewart was Killed in Action fighting in Afghanistan during the United States war on terrorism. Sgt. Stewart was the recipient of a Purple Heart and Bronze Star. It has long been a practice in this country for the Veteranís Administration to say "Thank you for your service to our country" by providing a headstone or marker to fallen veterans who served in the armed forces. Upon the marker or headstone, could be placed a "Symbol" representing the religious affiliation of the fallen soldier, a representation, if you will, depicting not how the soldier died, but how he or she lived.

In support of Sgt. Stewart and his family and other Wiccan Veterans, MoonDragon offers support by providing links to this effort so that they can continue to work towards having the Veteran's Administration approve the Pentacle Symbol for all Wiccans and other Pagans serving this country in the U.S. Military. Please visit these links and offer your support!

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Other petitioners and their families requesting the Pentacle Symbol to be put on their beloved veteran family members:
  • Kathleen Egbert of Laurel, MD, daughter of World War II veteran Abraham Kooiman, a Wiccan who was buried in Arlington National Memorial Cemetery in 2003
  • Patricia Darlene Howell Corneilson of Kentucky, mother of James Price, a Wiccan who was killed in action while serving in the Army in Iraq in 2004
  • Scott Stearns of Kent, WA, a retired disabled U.S. Navy veteran discharged in 1997 and a member of the Aquarian Tabernacle Church

MoonDragon supports all of our military veterans serving our country, Wiccan-Pagan and all other spiritual pathways, in time of peace and time of war, giving their lives that we may continue to have and enjoy our freedoms and way of life in this country.
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News Update: Wiccans Settle Military Grave Lawsuit
MADISON, Wis. (April 24, 2007) - The Wiccan pentacle has been added to the list of emblems allowed in national cemeteries and on goverment-issued headstones of fallen soldiers, according to a settlement announced Monday. A settlement between the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and Wiccans adds the five-pointed star to the list of "emblems of belief" allowed on VA grave markers. Eleven families nationwide are waiting for grave markers with the pentacle, said Selena Fox, a Wiccan high priestess with Circle Sanctuary in Barneveld, Wisconsin, a plaintiff in the lawsuit. The settlement calls for the pentacle, whose five points represent earth, air, fire, water and spirit, to be placed on grave markers within 14 days for those who have pending requests with the VA. I am glad this has ended in success in time to get markers for Memorial Day, Fox said. The VA sought the settlement in the interest of the families involved and to save taxpayers the expense of further litigation, VA spokesman Matt Burns said. The agency also agreed to pay $225,000 in attorneys' fees and costs. The pentacle has been added to 38 symbols the VA already permits on gravestones. They include commonly recognized symbols for Christianity, Buddhism, Islam and Judaism, as well as those for smaller religions such as Sufism Reoriented, Eckiankar and the Japanese faith Seicho-No-Ie. "This settlement has forced the Bush Administration into acknowledging that there are no second class religions in America, including among our nation's veterans," said the Rev. Barry W. Lynn, director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State, which represented the Wiccans in the lawsuit. The American Civil Liberties Union said the agreement also settles a similar lawsuit it filed last year against the VA. In that case, the ACLU represented two other Wiccan churches and three individuals. VA-issued headstones, markers and plaques can be used in any cemetery, whether it is a national one such as Arlington or a private burial ground like that on Circle Sanctuary's property. Wicca is a nature-based religion based on respect for the earth, nature and the cycle of the seasons.

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