“Most Americans Don’t Want Biden or Trump to Run Again: Poll.” The laughter returns. This is what happens if you read too much news. It’s like mad cow disease starts eating up your brain.
The car that stopped for me was decidedly funky, old and beat up. A beach cruiser, we used to call them in Hawaii. I fearlessly threw my pack in and jumped in the back seat. In the front seat, two rastas sporting huge wild dreadlocks looked at me with expressions bordering on disbelief.
Ok, back to news. Google the word “news’ and I get… Guns, COVID, abortion, Trump hearings, China nuclear buildup, Sarah Palin leads in polls for special election… wait, really? I’d almost click on that, but it’s the New York Times.
by Kidman J. Williams Another school shooting has happened and our country is not only mourning, but people are scrambling for reasons and solutions. Just in 2022 there have already been 27 school shootings around the country. That is just the school shootings. This does not include killings like Pennsylvania. […]
Truth be told, other than the threat of nuclear weapons, in 2022 the Catholic Church constitutes the clearest most present danger in the world. The Pope has more in common with Beelzebub than with the man in the clouds…
The hordes of women who vote for candidates hostile to human rights or parrot the conservative talking points about: abortion (“why don’t they just keep their legs together?”) or sexual assault (“she could have fought back”) or parenting (“good mothers stay home”); they’re automatically included.
Craig Murray, the brave Scotsman who among other things covered the Julian Assange hearings in the UK, calls the Jubilee “daft pomposity.” Love it.
by Kidman J. Williams The Interview It is OK, I didn’t know who Will Wood was either until I was approached by his PR agent Suzanne. In this present time in space we are contending with the internet. There are people much more talented than any household name that gets […]
by Steve Corbett The Belfast brothers, one 11 and one 12, put their heads together at my request to tell me where not to go. I had asked them to decide what part of their embattled city I should avoid at all costs. Eating sweet rolls in front of a […]
by Conrad Reeder I don’t know how Hunter Thompson would have responded to the idea that the earth is a living creature. But I perceive Earth as Gaia or a Divine Entity that self-created an amazing home and she adjusts the conditions of our atmosphere for the optimal expression of life. In […]