Occupy vs. Political Parties

    A couple of days ago I watched a news clip of an African country in which in one of their cities a playground was being torn down and in its place a multi-million dollar development constructed. Many residents marched, and yes, had their signs (let’s remember, signs even if they’re on cardboard carry a message […]

Climate Change Beyond Denial – part I

By Rebel Fagin It’s hard to stay focused on climate change due to our dependant, abusive relationship with KONG (coal, oil, nuclear, gas). It’s an abusive relationship and like any other abusive relationship, once we’re free we’ll wonder what took us so long. I’m not counting on God, technology, government, Big Green, or corporations to […]

Freedom of Speech

   Well, first off, Jewish American Princess (JAP) is one thing, calling a Japanese person a Jap is another. I tend not to use names that offend but do feel that people should have the right to use them. Otherwise the idea of freedom of speech becomes quite dicey.    Name calling or words have only […]

Obama’s Legacy ?

I sit on one of the drives On fifty-second streeet Uncertain and afraid As the clever hopes expire Of a low dishonest decade: Waves of anger and fear Circulate over the bright And darkened lands of the earth, Obsessing our private lives; The unmentionable odor of death Offends the September night… __W.H. Auden, September 1, […]

The President’s Assassins

By Rebel Fagin The President has a hit squad of torturers and assassins who operate without oversight from Congress or the Pentagon to violate your 1st, 4th, 5th, 8th, and 14th Amendments rights at the will of the President and his top advisors. This is a power delegated to the Office of the President and […]