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Landscape

Landscape

I need the landscape to move me. I need to see to rolling hills and trees. I have to look over the cliffs and witness, The ocean thundering onto the beach. I love to climb-up onto the branches, Of old growth trees and hang on, To the limbs as if it were my own life, […]

Film View: Wrapped

Film View: Wrapped

“Wrapped” delves into the clash between civilization and nature. The short explores the effects of time and change focusing on the the worlds seemingly never ending cycles. The deterioration of one is the foundation for another. This fact takes on new dimensions when the unexpected forces of nature clash with the existing structures of our civilization. […]

Wall Street Banks Shower Washington Politicians

Wall Street Banks Shower Washington Politicians

I’m not a Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders supporter. I’m not a Democrat or a Republican. Nearly 30 years ago I registered as a Green Party member and have been one ever since. As a person that politically leans to the progressive left, I would say I tend to agree more with Sanders than any […]

Weeds in the Sidewalk by Allen Renfro

Weeds in the Sidewalk by Allen Renfro

Mirrors.  Mirrors always staring.  He was only nine years old when he survived an unspeakable crime, a crime so horrific it left him with no memory of what happened. All he was sure of was that his mother was missing and he was forced to live with a stranger. Growing up in his new surroundings […]

Holy Misogyny

Holy Misogyny

laveandrea.blogspot.com   Saint Albertus Magnus, a 13th-century, Dominican theologian, did not mince words.  “Woman is a misbegotten man and has a faulty and defective nature in comparison to his. Therefore, she is unsure in herself. What she cannot get, she seeks to obtain through lying and diabolical deceptions. And so, to put it briefly, one […]

Your Soul Was Made for Mine

Your Soul Was Made for Mine

Looking for a new shade of grey? In her romantic, erotic fantasy, Your Soul Was Made for Mine, author C. L. Hunter magnificently weaves a tale of loss, pain, romance, and electrifying thrills that will keep you captivated until the very end. When their lives converge in Ireland, Nolan and Emmalyn will never be the […]

The Equivalence Fallacy

The Equivalence Fallacy

http://holesinthefoam.us/warningtouscitizens/ “Democracy cannot succeed unless those who express their choice are prepared to choose wisely. The real safeguard of democracy, therefore, is” knowledge. ? Franklin D. Roosevelt [slightly paraphrased] The attention given to the different candidates often distracts from the reality that individuals do not govern even though they hold the various offices, parties govern. […]

Ignorance’s Toll

Ignorance’s Toll

  On a two lane rural mountain road in a car that was compact great grandpa smiles at my mom who is seated with me in back.   A child mother at fifteen cradles baby girl four months old unaware of the coming danger a few miles down the road.   In the south it […]

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