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The Case AGAINST Aid to Israel

The Case AGAINST Aid to Israel

  Summary of US Aid towards Israel 1949: United States provides first aid to Israel with $100 million Export-Import Bank loan 1959: United States provides Israel with first military aid loan of $400,000 1962: Israel obtains first advanced weapons system […]

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Afraid

Afraid

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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Swimming Currents

Swimming Currents

Religiously, every morning she would swim the full length of the pool exactly seven times. Sometimes she would work on extending her free style reach while other times she would concentrate on perfecting the butterfly stroke. The worn nose clamp […]

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Oklahoma Earthquakes and Fracking: Jobs We Cannot Afford.

Oklahoma Quake

The state had 109 temblors measuring magnitude 3 or greater in 2013 — more than 5,000% above normal — and there have already been more than 200 such quakes this year.

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Homeless

Homeless

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Moving Parked Cars

Moving Parked Cars

  On any given day we submit to the familiar rituals, the lukewarm cups of coffee that rush from lips, to tongue, to bowel. Paperboys stuff boxes with tall tales and the pages are sardines packed with oily opinion on […]

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Gold

Gold

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Agnotology and Politics of Doubt

Agnotology and Politics of Doubt

25 years from now, will it be another story like the Leaded Gasoline disaster and the hazards of Smoking OR will Climate Change be accepted and acted upon before it is too late?

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Reading Fates

Reading Fates

My fate cries out, And makes each petty artery in this body As hardy as the Nemean lion’s nerve. Hamlet   They stood at the edge of the worn platform and considered the jump. Was it the type of drop […]

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Closing The Narrow Gap

Closing The Narrow Gap

The packed city bus made the morning ride to school more uncomfortable than usual. Ada was avoiding eye contact by examining the worn tips of her brown leather shoes. Having lost nearly all of their shine long ago, they were […]

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