EDITORIAL | From the Strands of Reverend Yours Dudely

September 17, 2017 Donnie Casto II 0

Life on the cosmic rug called Earth at best is humanly exhausting. On the journey to achieving self-knowledge of what condition our condition is in, we are inevitably going to face the emotional equivalent of The Big Lebowski: Treehorn’s thugs, Maude, Walter, and nihilists wanting to cut off our proverbial Johnson. […]

25 Family Court Questions That Need To Be Answered

September 8, 2017 Donnie Casto II 0

  1) Why shouldn’t all parents facing the loss of equal parenting rights and responsibilities be entitled to a Jury Trial? Isn’t that relationship of more value than current civil and criminal court filing thresholds for dollar amounts or risk of incarceration? 2) Why is it that upon divorce of […]

10 Real Questions For Hillary Clinton

August 17, 2016 Donnie Casto II 0

By: Donnie Casto II Most ardent liberals and progressives who continue to ride the DNC paradigm after facts show they sabotaged Bernie’s campaign for Hillary. These individuals are committed to statism and Hillary’s principles: lie, distract, deny, and deceive.   10 QUESTIONS for Hillary and her supporters   (1). When […]

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Sanders and Trump Don’t Stand a Chance

December 19, 2015 Donnie Casto II 0

Hunter Thompson had it right when he said, “Politics is the art of controlling your environment.” As it stands, we have two parties with top tier demagogues using class/wealth on one side and race/religion on the other who have evidently mastered the art of environment control. Sun Tzu couldn’t have […]

Fabulously Eloquent and Heartbreaking

October 24, 2015 Donnie Casto II 0

by Donnie Casto II “To err against those that have our best interest at heart is unimaginable.” – Brandy Sosby Puckett “I wanted so badly to lie down next to her on the bed, to wrap my arms around her and sleep. I wasn’t looking for or even interested in […]

The Other Side of the Great Beyond

October 18, 2015 Donnie Casto II 0

by Donnie Casto II It was the 2:00 a.m. loneliness that wore over him, like an old comfortable coat that was two sizes too small he felt he could never shed. It wasn’t so much he was alone or that he felt alone that bothered him, stopped the sleep he was […]

Lessons Lost from Jazz Age Fascism

September 20, 2015 Donnie Casto II 0

by Donnie Casto II art by Joey Feldman One of the lessons of world history and politics is that it’s easy to underestimate demagogues. It’s also easy to overestimate them. At the present moment of the 2016 campaign, I’ve concluded that Trump is not a demagogue . . .  yet. […]

A Life on the Streets: Saying Goodbye, Part 2

August 2, 2015 Donnie Casto II 0

By Donnie Casto II Many people would surely be able to sympathize with the change of fortune that life had brought to Thomas Barnes. Fewer, it seemed, would genuinely be able to empathize with it. A series of grave and unfortunate events found him recently taking on the task he […]