Monthly Archives: May 2015

Are We Special, Or Just Shameless?

“There is no flag large enough to cover the shame of killing innocent people.” –Howard Zinn Damn. There’s so much that disturbs me in the following piece, I’m not sure where to start. First, the glaring, obvious idiocy and wrongness … Continue reading

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Readers of the World, Unite!

“I have always imagined that paradise will be a kind of library.” –Jorge Luis Borges “The library is a public good. It belongs to everyone but only for as long as you’re willing to defend it.” – article Sigh. I’m … Continue reading

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Now Fear This

Who are America’s enemies anyway? Who truly threatens our national security and survival? Who is our government more than ready and willing to defend us from? Brace yourselves for a shock folks — it’s me! Hard to believe, right? I’m … Continue reading

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You’ll Never Guess

Well. This is pretty unexpected. No … this is fucking weird! It just shows that no matter how much bullshit you disseminate, once in a while you can slip up and say something true if you’re not careful. +++++++ Rumsfeld: … Continue reading

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