The Tragedy of the Hiroshima Maidens

The Tragedy of the Hiroshima Maidens

It has been seventy years since the world was introduced to a potential world ending technology when the U.S. dropped the first atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima at exactly 8:15 am. Contrary to a commonly held belief, […]

S.C. (a poem)

S.C. (a poem)

How did we get to the state where love and reason lose to hate? A Dixie boy gets smiling faces and loathes because they’re not his race’s. He pledged allegiance to the flag of the United States of White Supremacy. […]

A Pep Talk for Team Big Oil

A Pep Talk for Team Big Oil

A few years ago on this site, I wrote about how a giant Norwegian oil company got a rather light penalty for grievously exceeding the limits of its water-use permit in the Alberta oilsands (or tarsands, if you wish). Statoil was fined […]

Magna Carta: No One is Above the Law

Magna Carta: No One is Above the Law

A highly influential document turns 800 years old in June. The Magna Carta, which in Latin means “great charter,” is a milestone in the development of human rights and limitations on powers of the state. England’s King John, in agreeing to […]

Get Out and LOTE?

Get Out and LOTE?

  LOTE – The lesser of two evils principle (or lesser evil principle) is the principle that when given two bad choices, the one which is not as bad as the other should be chosen over the one that is the greater threat. LOTE. […]


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The Tragedy of the Hiroshima Maidens

The Tragedy of the Hiroshima Maidens

It has been seventy years since the world was introduced to a potential world ending technology when the U.S. dropped the first atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima at exactly 8:15 am. Contrary to a commonly held belief, […]

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A Clear and Present Danger

A Clear and Present Danger

She was driving at a frantic pace but this was important. She had just witness an video atrocity at work that offended all sense of decency. She had to talk to someone. Anyone. As she sped down the highway, she […]

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A Pep Talk for Team Big Oil

A Pep Talk for Team Big Oil

A few years ago on this site, I wrote about how a giant Norwegian oil company got a rather light penalty for grievously exceeding the limits of its water-use permit in the Alberta oilsands (or tarsands, if you wish). Statoil was fined […]

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For Fear and their Merchants Growing Spirals of Perceived Loss For a place that Never Existed Whispered to the Willfully Blind Did you like this? Share it:Tweet

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The Tragedy of the Hiroshima Maidens

The Tragedy of the Hiroshima Maidens

It has been seventy years since the world was introduced to a potential world ending technology when the U.S. dropped the first atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima at exactly 8:15 am. Contrary to a commonly held belief, […]

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S.C. (a poem)

S.C. (a poem)

How did we get to the state where love and reason lose to hate? A Dixie boy gets smiling faces and loathes because they’re not his race’s. He pledged allegiance to the flag of the United States of White Supremacy. […]

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A Pep Talk for Team Big Oil

A Pep Talk for Team Big Oil

A few years ago on this site, I wrote about how a giant Norwegian oil company got a rather light penalty for grievously exceeding the limits of its water-use permit in the Alberta oilsands (or tarsands, if you wish). Statoil was fined […]

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Magna Carta: No One is Above the Law

Magna Carta: No One is Above the Law

A highly influential document turns 800 years old in June. The Magna Carta, which in Latin means “great charter,” is a milestone in the development of human rights and limitations on powers of the state. England’s King John, in agreeing to […]

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Get Out and LOTE?

Get Out and LOTE?

  LOTE – The lesser of two evils principle (or lesser evil principle) is the principle that when given two bad choices, the one which is not as bad as the other should be chosen over the one that is the greater threat. LOTE. […]

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Who Said it? Galileo Galilei or Ted Cruz?

Who Said it? Galileo Galilei or Ted Cruz?

In a recent interview, presidential candidate Ted Cruz said that contemporary “global warming alarmists are the equivalent of the flat-Earthers. You know it used to be it is accepted scientific wisdom the Earth is flat, and this heretic named Galileo was branded a denier,” […]

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Manifesting Fairy Tales and a Better World

Manifesting Fairy Tales and a Better World

When I was in the process of finding the man of my dreams, a mission I pursued for years without success, I consulted my friend Max, the psychic life coach and hairdresser. Max specializes in the Law of Attraction, and one […]

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So Jon Stewart’s Stepping Down…

So Jon Stewart’s Stepping Down…

Jon Stewart surprised his fans Tuesday night by announcing that he’s leaving the anchor desk of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show. “It’s been an incredible opportunity to pilot this wonderful franchise,” he told his studio audience and hence the world. […]

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