What Americans Could Achieve If We Banded Together Like We Did To Deport Justin Bieber [Link]

Over 100,000 Americans have signed a petition on WhiteHouse.gov to deport Justin Bieber over his recent arrest. Yes, he’s an entitled brat and we’re all sick of him, but there are more important things to worry about and plenty of more noble causes that aren’t getting recognition or support anywhere near the magnitude of this joke. Want to actually make a difference and do some good? Check out this list and maybe find something more worthwhile to support, because as we all know, as soon as we get rid of a pop star, plenty of others appear to take the throne.
Read the list at The Good Men Project.

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