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An Instrument for Change

An Instrument for Change

Music moves us. It moves us to tears, to joyous exultations, and now, it moves us to act on the greatest challenge of our lifetime. A single guitar, built from a pine tree killed by bark beetles in Colorado, a tree like billions more dying in forests around the world becomes an instrument of change. […]

Until You

Until You

This had nothing to do with you. I needed a flower. There was nothing but death. You were not on my radar. I looked elsewhere to no avail. And then there was you. And, for some strange reason, It was all about you. You are the teacher that bends, melts, and learns to become one. […]

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99 ½ Won’t Do!

99 ½ Won’t Do!

http://tempibones.blogspot.com/2012/06/response-to-anti-choice-brain-on.html “The Crusades rage all over again, only this time the Holy Lands are not in the Middle East, but in the nether regions of females in America, the zealots are mobilized not by the pope, but by a misogynist named Keith Mason, the fanatics practice the cult of personhood, not Catholicism and the enemy […]

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Saturday with Meacham and Darman @ParnassusBooks1 #Nashville

Saturday with Meacham and Darman @ParnassusBooks1 #Nashville

Like most things of importance, it started with a tweet. One lone tweet from Jon Meacham, or maybe it was from Jonathan Darman or Parnassus Books in Nashville. The tweet simply invited readers to the bookstore on Saturday, December 6 for a conversation with Meacham and Darman as they discussed Darman’s brilliant best selling novel, […]

Britain’s Real Hunger Games and the Champagne Swilling Political Elite

Britain’s Real Hunger Games and the Champagne Swilling Political Elite

You could perhaps make this stuff up as a futuristic dystopian tale or maybe a homage to the sort of grim Victorian poorhouse stories that Dickens produced. But the reality of Britain today as place where the elite ‘leaders’ force drastic ‘money-saving’ cuts on the struggling population while they refuse to even cut their champagne […]

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From Gethsemane to Guantanamo

From Gethsemane to Guantanamo

Recently I saw an article in the newspaper, on Page A19, beneath the fold. Intrigued by the headline, I began to read, and soon my attention was totally riveted. The print article was short, but there was a link to the paper’s online edition which elaborated on the tale. The story that captured my attention […]

Prosecutorial Abdication

Prosecutorial Abdication

  abc7chicago.com   “So when a District Attorney says, in effect, “we’ll present the evidence and let the grand jury decide,” that’s malarkey. If he takes that approach, then he’s already decided to abdicate his role in the process as an advocate for justice. At that point, there’s no longer a prosecutor in the room […]

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A Battle Worth Fighting #1

A Battle Worth Fighting #1

www.anonymousartofrevolution.com   Ending biased and overzealous law enforcement toward minorities is a battle worth fighting! Every American of goodwill and true patriotism should be outraged by the alarming number of unarmed minority men [especially young Black men] who have been killed by state and local police. Likewise we the people must rise and denounce the […]

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