The Fake President – Part XII

Editorial, The Week in Review – Analysis, Commentary, Opinion 06.03.2017   I have been listening to footage of reporters asking a question of the White House spokesperson, “Does the President still believe that Climate Change is a hoax?” This little clip has been playing on a loop ever since T-Rump decided to pull the United […]

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Fake President – Part VI

Editorial, The Week in Review – Analysis, Commentary, Opinion 03.25.2017   It was another off week for the fake president. T-Rump lost a battle for one of his central campaign promises. This is a good thing for the country, and it is a sobering look at how T-Rump works.   Let us be clear. The […]

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Fake President – Part V

Editorial, The Week in Review – Analysis, Commentary, Opinion 03.18.2017   T-Rump was on the rampage again this week.   He has still refused to admit that he lied to the American people when he falsely accused President Barrack Obama of illegally wiretapping his office building. During his joint press conference with Angela Merkel, the […]

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Emergence In Fifty-five Words Section One, Jim and Kathy; Part One, A Private Sorrow, Collected Chapters

    Emergence 2.0 A Novel – In 55 Words a Day Day 008, January 8th, 2017   Chapter One: Call   Kathy answered the telephone; “hello.”   “I need to see you;” said Jim, without preamble, in his typical-detached tone, as remote as Mount Everest.   “Café?” He asked; pensive and hesitant.   “Yes.” […]

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Death

Rest with the fallen Sleep with the dead, they are friends Even those you feared   Welcome death and peace The corpse rotting in the grave The corpse is nothing   Time cleanses no-one Words will never heal the wounds The victims of wars   Knock, knock at my door Patriotic lies, and jokes The […]

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Independence Day

Independence Day   I have always loved the fourth of July; the mid-summer holiday, the nostalgic look back at the victories of revolutionaries throwing off the yoke of tyranny. I loved it; uncritically. I loved it without thought or question. As I grew older, and learned more about the real history of the revolutionary war, […]

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