Today aboard a ship in the New York City area, a disgusting excuse for a human being will be treated like a freakin’ hero. Today Henry Alfred Kissinger will receive the Intrepid Freedom Award. A ceremony at the Intrepid Sea, [...]continue reading
Today aboard a ship in the New York City area, a disgusting excuse for a human being will be treated like a freakin’ hero. Today Henry Alfred Kissinger will receive the Intrepid Freedom Award. A ceremony at the Intrepid Sea, [...]
In two minutes more, at 2:47, the market had lost 998.5 points. Estimated market value over 1 trillion dollars. Needless to say, loss at a rate of 2.84 billion dollars per second caused a panic.
Occurring precisely one week before International Workers’ Day (May Day), the horrific collapse of a large factory building in Bangladesh came as a timely and tragic reminder of how crucial labor unions are to the welfare of workers. The executive [...]
A stunning post from the FB feed: There is a tribe in Africa where the birth date of a child is counted not from when they were born, nor from when they are conceived but from the day that [...]
For Earth Day, I’ve decided to share some original poetry and a little music. First, there’s this haiku cycle I wrote and posted a few years ago at another location on the web: Green and blue planet Chokes, and feels [...]
April 18, 2013 By Jack Jodell. It has been some time since I have added a post to this series, which has highlighted a wide array of people from a great many walks of life. Each has, through progressive ideals and [...]
It won’t start nice How will it end? I thought I lost this poem these words noted down rolling towards Vegas in the darkness The rumbling lingers the hidden, grotesque highway Invisible in the dark I heard a deep voice [...]